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Biochar Done Sustainably

The ancient civilizations of the Amazon used biochar for their waste streams and, today, their soils retain fertility. Thousands of years later this process has been re-discovered by, primarily, Cornell University. Today, biochar is elemental carbon refined from biomass and made cleanly using today's technology.

Gift Someone with a Tree!

USBI has arranged with the Helena (MT) National Forest to plant up to 2000 trees in the Cave Gulch-Maudlow Tosten Fire Rehabilitation area. Depending on the variety they plant (ponderosa pine, douglas fir, lodge pole pine or spruce) this could cover five to ten acres.