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BioChar Stove Building Workshop

  • Mar 31, 2012 · 10:00 AM
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Saturday, March 31st from 10am to 4pm at S.E.L.F. - Seattle Earth Lost and Foundry / The Foundry MakerSpace (Former Viking Fire Foundry).

We invite you to participate by building either the Estufa Finca Five Gallon BioChar Farm Stoves pyroneered by Art Donnnelly at OR build an derivative design of the smaller Dome School Soup Can Emergency / Backpacking Stove.

This is a fund raiser event to convert our Worker Owned Cooperative into The Foundry MakerSpace / Seattle MakerSpace in Ballard Seattle. A portion of the proceeds will go toward’s continuing efforts as well as helping The Foundry’s Worker Owned Cooperative open it’s facilities to provide a Community Industrial MakerSpace in Ballard. Our primary focus being sustainability projects, skill sharing, Metal, and Fire. Current activities have included stove making, metal casting (aluminum and bronze) welding, black smiting, metal working, woodworking. and 3d printing. Future activities may include glass working, even more sustainability and permaculture projects, etc.

If you are interested in participating in the workshop please RSVP S.E.L.F. on this Facebook Event Page or email [masked].

See google doc PDF Here for additional details.

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  • SteveT

    Made the camp stove! works great!
    Pictures here of day after firing in a homemade grill setup:

    April 1, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Everyone was very helpful. Well organized. Love the stove. Thanks for much.

    April 1, 2012

  • bonnie p.

    Very fun and the stoves work great! Can't wait to make char for the garden and friends.

    April 1, 2012

  • Charissa

    Excellent experience. Thank you so much. We learned a lot and love our stove!

    March 31, 2012

  • Larry J.

    if you haven't RSVP'd via email yet and are going, please do. we're in process of getting enough materials together to have on hand. thanks, -L

    March 29, 2012

  • Larry J.

    looks like some of the text got cut off from the end of the Meetup invite. Here is a link to the full PDF with details.

    March 21, 2012

  • Ryan B.

    Shoot! This looks too cool. Can't make this one...will another class be scheduled soon?

    March 21, 2012

  • Nancy S.

    I will not be attending, as I did this workshop 1.5 yrs ago, but I want to HIGHLY recommend it... you'll learn a lot, do a lot, and take home a unique, and carbon NEGATIVE!, heatng/cooking stove, which also produces an invaluable and nearly everlasting garden additive, while utilizing 'waste' material. Truly closing the loop ;) well worth the fee.

    1 · March 15, 2012

  • Howard L

    It reminds me of a stove I made from a paint can. I used it to cook and chase mosquitoes on a 1000 mile trip down the Yukon River in 1980. It worked for food and mosquitoes even though we did not have a tent. We only needed very small wood (and a small quantity) for fuel and it worked great.

    1 · March 15, 2012

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