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  1. Joe says:

    We can’t wait to see this site. If you need information on biochar please visit us at http://www.outbackbiochar.com and you can see the site we build using wordpress to share the story of biochar and agrichar.

  2. Simon says:

    Hi Baz, I am an australian living in an ecovillage in italy. We are putting on a course on biochar in june with the founder of world stoves here in italy. We would like to put up a good photo of biochar on our site (www.torri-superiore.org) and I was wondering if we could use one of yours (the guy at world stoves has lots of making biochar photos but no good ones of actual biochar). thanks
    SImon

  3. bazman says:

    Yeah sure, I just ask if you use a photo please add a link to http://www.biochar.net under the photo, something like “Photo from http://www.biochar.net” would be nice 🙂

  4. Therese says:

    Hey Baz,

    Simon had the same idea & similar request as I do. Your photos are nice and clear, not to mention attractive!

    I’m an editor for Washington State University and we’re putting together an organics booklet promoting several of our organics programs & projects. One of the articles is on biochar, and we haven’t gotten any good biochar photos yet. May we please use your photo of the close-up of the wheelbarrow full of biochar, with full credit to you and your website? We’d be happy to send you a copy of the final printed booklet, too.

    Good jobs on the biochar, organic farming, and website too! And thank you for your consideration!

  5. Steve says:

    Hi Baz, I am an australian living in an ecovillage in italy. We are putting on a course on biochar in june with the founder of world stoves here in italy. We would like to put up a good photo of biochar on our site (www.torri-superiore.org) and I was wondering if we could use one of yours (the guy at world stoves has lots of making biochar photos but no good ones of actual biochar). thanks
    SImon