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Intro


Charcoal

Invest in your soil

 

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Intro


Charcoal

Invest in your soil

 

Learn how charcoal can build fertility for millennia

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Charcoal, also known as biochar, is a stable form of carbon that can last in soils for up to 10,000 years. There are global examples of charcoal, thousands of years old, still providing nutrient benefit today.

The Charcoal Project


The Biochar Project

The Charcoal Project


The Biochar Project

Store carbon in the soil, not the air

Restorechar is an open-source education and marketing platform to support foresters, farmers and gardeners in making, using, and selling biochar. 

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Learn to Make Biochar

A free, open-source method for making charcoal that anyone with a metal cylinder can do.

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Reasons and Research: The science of Biochar explained

We explore the ways charcoal can improve soil and physical health.

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Biochar Market

We provide branding materials to help foresters and farmers market biochar.