2 Day Biochar Workshop in Massachusetts

Biochar Workshop

Biochar is yet another tool in the toolbox of regenerative agriculture! In the last two decades, Biochar has and is receiving more attention because of its benefits to agriculture and of its other uses. This Biochar 2-day Workshop with Gary Gilmore will have both a lecture component and a hands-on component, where attendees will learn how to make an efficient and easy to build Biochar burner, produce biochar during the 2-day Workshop, and learn of a variety of uses of biochar, from producing fuel, to run engines and heat greenhouses, to producing wood vinegar, and more! Whether you are a novice or have some experience, this Biochar 2-day Workshop is for every one! Learning to make biochar on site, for your farms, fields, and gardens, is a wonderfully inexpensive soil amendment, with much potential benefit to receive!

Biochar is a passion for Gary Gilmore, who has 20 years experience working with and producing Biochar and biochar burners. Gary Gilmore has also produced a number YouTube videos showing, for example, a Gravely tractor run on charcoal gasification, making of a biochar burner, and more! Please see the hyperlinks below for these YouTube videos.

Attached is a PDF flyer for more information and hyperlink to register.

Biochar 2-day Workshop details:
Dates: October 17 & 18, 2015
Times: 9:00am to 4:00pm
Location: Kittredge Farm, 24 Hillsville Road, North Brookfield, MA 01535
Cost: $150.00 for both days, with Financial Assistance available, and for more information on this, please contact Gary Neves, Course Administrator (gary@bionutrient.org)

Other Information:
* There will be a Potluck Lunch, thus please consider bringing a dish to share.
* Used barrels to make and bring home your own biochar burner are available at a cost of $10 per barrel.
* Please register early to secure your spot.
* This Biochar 2-day Workshop with Gary Gilmore is brought to you by the Bionutrient Food Association (BFA; www.bionutrient.org), whose mission is, “Increasing Quality in the Food Supply.”

Thank you, Gary Neves, BFA Course Administrator.
>  “How to make charcoal in a double barrel chimney”: https://youtu.be/XiFHXg9o2wo
>  “Simple-Fire charcoal gasification unit used to run a Gravely tractor”: https://youtu.be/EbI6r7hPmHA
>  “Gilmore gasifier”: https://youtu.be/srLETKDrwto

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