Join Biochar Bob as he raises money to go to Costa Rica and make an educational film about the “Estufa Finca” (Farm Stove) project in Talamanca, Costa Rica.
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By teaching Costa Rican’s to use agricultural “waste” (fallen leaves and trees, discarded cocoa pods, etc.), instead of harvested trees as the cooking fuel for their farm stoves they are:
- Curtailing deforestation and creating clean heat
- Reducing harmful carbon monoxide emissions by 87%, and respiratory threatening particulate matter emissions by 92% compared to an open fire, and
- Producing biochar which is allowing farmers to naturally control their soil’s fertility
SeaChar Estufa Finca- Talamanca Project
Seattle Biochar Working Group
SeaChar and their partners are engaging and empowering local women with incentive programs and interactive community-centered education to assist countless households live healthier lives. This project is to introduce biochar and the carbon-negative biomass energy technology to Central American farmers to mitigate and adapt to climate change.