The International Biochar Initiative provides a platform for the international exchange of information and activities in support of biochar research, development, demonstration and commercialization.
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!
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.
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.
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.
Backyard Biochar is a website that collects news and information on promising backyard biochar methods, worldwide.
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.
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”.
The Biochar Company sells commercial-scale biochar equipment (incorporating Biochar Solutions, Inc.) and SoilReef brand biochars and blends.
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.
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.
The Biochar Revolution website is a global hub for the biochar industry.
The Ithaka Institute is conducting research into the foundations of a positive climate agriculture with high biodiversity, with a focus on biochar.
The Dr TLUD website is a comprehensive online reference for TLUD biochar technology.