Earth Foundries is working with Ascent Forestry, Falk Forestry and the East Bay Regional Park District to process unmerchatabe forest material from hazardous fuels reduction projects into carbon sequestering biochar. The park district is using the biochar on park lands in a variety of applications…sustainability and the circular economy in action! See more from the […]
Earth Foundries is proud to work with Ascent Forestry, Falk Forestry and the East Bay Regional Parks Department on this important project at Anthony Chabot Park. Check out the link for a local news article on the project and the way we are processing unmerchantable forest waste into biochar on site to lower the carbon
Pull a burning log out of a campfire and it will send a smoky plume of carbon and ash into the air. Place that log in a 1,500-degree fan-blown kiln and the carbon and ash will lock down inside the coal. That’s the mechanical principle behind the Tigercat 6050 Carbonator being used by the fire
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack on May 27 announced more than $32 million to fund 2022 wood innovations and community grants. Projects to support bioenergy, biofuel and biobased products production are among those to receive funding.