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04/05/2016

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Timothy A. DeLany

Just wanted to let you know that I have been trying to share information about terra preta/ biochar for a while but yours is the first page I have found, out of over a dozen sites so far, with 'share' buttons, so I can share the info to my social network pages. It makes it difficult to get the word out if almost no one has that all important 'share' button. I sincerely want to thank you for making it possible for me to share your info with thousands of friends on Facebook and Google+. I am currently using Windows 10 with Microsoft Edge browser (not impressed), which has, so far, not allowed a 'sharing' toolbar and blocks attempts to setup Google Chrome, for its sharing features, so I rely heavily on websites having their own 'share' buttons, so I can get their information out. Thanks again.

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