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Here is biochar: activated charcoal available to be added to compost.
Biochar is often produced from burning 🪵 wood in 🔥 fire pits.
By adding “#biochar” to any ComPost, such as a 🥗 compost pile,🪣 compost bin, 🚽 composting toilet, 💚 compost deposit, or 💩 commit, you increase the soil’s capacity to support biodiversity.
Primarily wood cut on property, mostly oak
could also contain some Manzanita, bay, sequoia
burned in the Lupin Lodge fire pit by the volleyball court; Could consist of meter wide ring of cement blocks on sand; high ash content
Char is dumped in a pile by the bamboo-lined fence
Biochar must be inoculated with wet biomass to be effective.
Share how you inoculate this biochar:
Copy a link to this biochar and paste it in the Amendments section of a 💚 ComPost, 🥗 Compost Pile, 🪣 Compost Bin, 🥗🚽 Composting Toilet, or 💩 Commit.
Share your ⬛️ Biochar!
This is where bonfire events take place.
Fires are permitted in the fire pits at Twin Lakes Beach.
Cob on Wood is a community center built for the residents of the Wood Street encampment by volunteers using the “cob” style of construction.
Cob is a process of building with clay and plant matter. Learn more about cob
The constructions at Cob on Wood include:
The Cob on Wood Project is led by Miguel Elliot, who has built many cob structures throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.
Learn more about Miguel’s cob structures
Learn more about Cob on Wood
Donate to Cob on Wood
See Cob on Wood’s sister encampment, Here There.
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