Websites

The International Biochar Initiative provides a platform for the international exchange of information and activities in support of biochar research, development, demonstration and commercialization.

www.biochar-international.org

 

The US Biochar Initiative is a not-for-profit organization promoting the sustainable production and use of biochar through research, policy, technology and doing it!

http://biochar-us.org/

 

Sustainable Obtainable Solutions is a non-profit organization dedicated to the sustainability of public lands and the plant, animal and human communities that depend on them.

http://www.s-o-solutions.org/biochar.html

 

The New England Small Farm Institute (NESFI) is a land-based, non-profit organization that encourages more sustainable regional agriculture and promotes small farm development by providing information and training for aspiring, beginning and transitioning farmers.

http://smallfarm.org/index.php

 

The Pioneer Valley Biochar Initiative (in Massachusetts) is a group of farmers, foresters, professors, students and concerned citizens, promoting biochar as a soil amendment that can increase soil productivity and enhance crop health when incorporated into farm, forest and garden soils.

http://pvbiochar.org/

 

Backyard Biochar is a website that collects news and information on promising backyard biochar methods, worldwide.

http://www.backyardbiochar.net/

 

The Sonoma Biochar Initiative (SBI) is a project of the Sonoma Ecology Center (SEC) [www.sonomaecologycenter.org], and is dedicated to promoting biochar education, production and use throughout Sonoma County, California.

http://sonomabiocharinitiative.org/

 

CharGrow LLC produces and sells high-quality “loaded” biochar to build soil and capture carbon while using the process energy to generate heat and electricity. This website also contains a concise summary of the results of seven years of field trials in conjunction with Virginia Tech – look under “Results for CharGrow”.

http://www.carbonchar.com/

 

The Biochar Company sells commercial-scale biochar equipment (incorporating Biochar Solutions, Inc.) and SoilReef brand biochars and blends.

https://www.soilreef.com

http://www.biocharsolutions.com/

 

The Sullivan Center for Sustainable Agriculture (in Sullivan, NH) is a CSA and consists of a small-scale, permaculture-based organic farm and orchard, a biochar production program, and an educational center.

http://sullivancsa.com/

 

Cornell University has been one of the leading research centers for biochar. It’s website includes an extensive list of references to scientific papers related to biochar.

http://www.css.cornell.edu/faculty/lehmann/index.html

 

The Biochar Revolution website is a global hub for the biochar industry.

http://www.thebiocharrevolution.com/

 

The Ithaka Institute is conducting research into the foundations of a positive climate agriculture with high biodiversity, with a focus on biochar.

http://www.ithaka-institut.org/

 

The Dr TLUD website is a comprehensive online reference for TLUD biochar technology.

http://drtlud.com

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