From August 22-25, 2016, over 300 biochar producers, researchers, users, and enthusiasts met at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon for the US Biochar Initiative 2
Thanks to all farmers, researchers, foresters, biochar producers, entrepreneurs, gardners, alternative energy advocates, industrial producers, students, and interested citizens for making USBI 2106 such a success!
Thanks to our recent Biochar Community Conversations grant, team member, Kelsey Crane, produced this fun video!
We're all anxious for the Fifth North American Biochar Symposium!
The excitement during our 2013 biochar conference was palpable, right along with the autumn colors!
The USBI Advisory Board has developed a set of Biochar Sustainability Protocols that promote the health of people and the planet as the process creates value.
USBI has arranged with the Helena (MT) National Forest to plant up to 2000 trees in the Cave Gulch-Maudlow Tosten Fire Rehabilitation area.