Biochar camp at Byron Bay

Biochar Hands on Education Camp (4/30 – 5/4): Byron Bay Australia; Register by April 17th for Early Bird Rate

Get a hands on experience making Biochar kilns and gasification stoves for small and medium scale use at home and on the farm. Learn to improve productivity of your garden or farm with Biochar. This camp will run Saturday 30 April, 9 am to Wednesday 4th May 12pm at the Eagle Farm Eco Park at Tyagarah Airstrip, near Byron Bay. Participants can attend the full 5 days or choose a weekend rate or 1 day (of the weekend days) rate.

The camp is presented by:

–Dr Paul Anderson. US expert on Micro gasification and TLUD stoves.
–Dr Hugh McLaughlin. US expert on Biochar production and characterisation.
–Dr Paul Taylor. Physicist, author of The Biochar Revolution”
–With other Australian guest experts.

Cost:

Regular 5 day (Sat to Wed); $440; Register by April 17th for Early Bird $350
Weekend (Sat + Sun) $250; Register by April 17th for Early Bird $199
1 day (Sat or Sun) $150; Register by April 17th for Early Bird $119
Includes food and campsite accommodation with your own tent and sleeping gear.
For payment you can direct deposit to: 112-879, 116250626, Paul Taylor

Accommodation and Amenities: Eagle Farm Chalet and camping, Mt Warning B&B.
Just minutes to Byron and beaches. Horse riding and rock wonders on Eagle Farm.

Contact: For booking and further information please contact
Paul Taylor Ph: (02) 6679-5259, (02) 8005-0514
Email: potaylor@bigpond.com Web: http://www.biochar-books.com

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