TLUD utility in Thailand

Here’s a campaign worthy of support. Josh Kearns has a long history of good work in Thailand. This is a very well presented pitch… https://experiment.com/projects/can-biomass-char-remove-toxic-synthetic-chemicals-from-drinking-water “Toxic synthetic chemicals such as pesticides and pharmaceutical residues are a major threat to drinking … Continue reading

Missed MPI funding opportunity?

The Sustainable Land Management and Climate Change (SLMACC) research programme… http://www.mpi.govt.nz/environment-natural-resources/funding-programmes/slmacc-research-programme Theme 2: Mitigation of agricultural and forestry greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions Theme 2 specifically lists biochar and soil carbon as appropriate research themes. I have an inquiry placed with … Continue reading

Mike Barton on N-capping

The following link has a 40min presentation from Mike Barton that is recommended viewing if you are interested in how nutrient capping may affect future agriculture activities in NZ. http://beeflambnz.com/news-events/News/2013/july/farming-with-nutrient-limits/ An important biochar related take from this presentation is how … Continue reading

NZSSS Conference opportunity

The NZ Society of Soil Science has advised that they would be interested in receiving participation from the biochar community in their next annual conference. Details here: http://www.nzsssconference.co.nz/ “The conference welcomes participants with all soil-related interests.  If there are a sufficient number of … Continue reading