We use biochar at Tracy Garden. Biochar is an ancient technology that can literally help save the world.
We are doing a fundraiser to forward our work.
We are asking for support to provide an internship for a UMKC Environmental Studies student. The intern will help promote neighborhood community groups to put and keep carbon in the soil as one means of mitigating climate change. They will prepare biochar and soil inoculants that promote more soil fungal activity. They will teach no-till vegetable growing; the making of mycorrhizal fungi; and the use of cover crops. The intern will help maintain education at Tracy Garden and oversee programs there.
We are trying to weave environmental understanding and awareness into neighborhood community culture, so that it is present in most interactions, thereby keeping it alive. This will lead to action supported by the neighborhood groups.
Want to make Biochar?
You can make Biochar yourself. It will make your soil fertile for generations, keeping the char’s carbon locked up in the soil.
Download PDF: Putting and keeping carbon in the soil