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Biochar Meet Up: Exploring Biochar’s Potential as an Innovative Wood Product
Please join the Vermont Forest Industry Network and the Vermont Working Lands Enterprise Board Forestry Committee on March 7 in Hardwick at a Meet Up to explore biochar’s potential as an innovative wood product.
Speakers include nationally-recognized speaker and author Kathleen Draper, U.S. Director of the Ithaka Institute for Carbon Intelligence; Kaitlin Hayes, Vermont State Water Quality Specialist and manager of the Vermont Phosphorus Innovation Challenge; Donna Pion and Luke Persons with Green State Biochar in Greensboro Bend, and Tom Vanacore with Rock Dust Local in Bridport, who will share their knowledge and experience with this intriguing product made from woody biomass.
Registration is $25, and includes coffee and light pastries, the morning program and lunch. After lunch we’ll travel to a nearby woodlot to tour a timber sale being logged by students at Green Mountain Technology and Career Center in Hardwick.
RSVP here to reserve your spot!