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"Why biochar? KrisCan joins David Yarrow during a biochar experiment to discuss the benefits stemming from this simple method of turning biomass into stable carbon which can then be used as an effective tool for soil remediation while actively pulling CO2 out of our atmosphere. The possibilities are endless with this low tech solution, many of which are just beginning to be revealed through small scale operations. If you are interested in the soil food web, carbon sequestration or alternative methods for heating, this video touches upon the myriad ways biochar can be utilized to manage these challenges."

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