Dr. Jerry Whitfield (Whitfield Biochar LLC) speaking in Shelbourne Vermont May 24, 2012

Erin Rasmussen
If you are interested in carbon negative energy and in biochar come to
A Presentation by Dr. Jerry Whitfield
Thursday May 24 at 3pm
At the Coach Barn at

Shelburne Farms in Shelburne, Vermont

Dr. Jerry Whitfield (Whitfield Biochar LLC), inventor of the pellet stove in the early 80’s, is developing a continuous flow, pyrolitic technology that converts numerous biomass types to elemental carbon (biochar) and clean, renewable syngas. The syngas is typically used onsite to create carbon negative thermal energy. The Biochar co-product has many valuable attributes for improving soil fertility and water quality.

Anyone interested in biochar and carbon negative energy is welcome.

Please forward this notice to others you know who may be interested. There is no fee for attending, but please email Julia Penca (jpenca@shelburnefarms.org) with biochar in the subject line, or call 802 985 0341 if you plan to attend.

We look forward to seeing you on May 24th.