Biochar - Something Old And Something New

Biochar - Something Old And Something New

by James Sauer September 14, 2015

The fact is that some prehistoric civilizations of our Earth used biochar and thrived on it.  Most notably, ancient Amazonian cultures' livelihoods were actually based upon it.  Locations have been found throughout those regions to have soils enriched by biochar.

How Making Biochar Sequesters Carbon Dioxide

How Making Biochar Sequesters Carbon Dioxide

by James Sauer August 27, 2015

But you might be thinking, how can burning something--like when making biochar--be good for the environment?  And furthermore, how can burning something reduce levels of CO2 in the air? It seems counterintuitive, I know.

How I First Heard Of Biochar

How I First Heard Of Biochar

by James Sauer July 29, 2015

I'd like to thank Al for introducing me to biochar. After posting this, I'm going to send Mr. Gore one of my BioCharlie biochar-making logs along with a message of thanks