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Energy Corps member Michael Daniel explains how to build a Biochar Retort Kiln. He presents the benefits to using biochar as a soil amendment in a garden as well as various materials you can obtain on a budget.

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Round Two

Read about Bill Pedersen’s thoughts on why he’s doing a second term of Energy Corps: “Why?” I was often asked this question after saying that I was leaving Massachusetts to do a second term of service with EnergyCorps in Helena, Continue reading →

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Healthier, one step at a time

Read about Jared Utecht’s travels during his first few weeks of service and his project work at Bike Walk MT: I’ve lived, worked, and gone to school in several wonderful places in my life, and I am most pleased to Continue reading →

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In the Bozone

Read about Amy Snelling’s first impressions of Montana, Energy Corps, and the Bozeman community: I’m pretty excited to kick off the Energy Corps members 2014-15 blog cycle! First things first, my name is Amy Snelling and I am working in Continue reading →

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Energy Corps welcomes 15 new members

  After graduating almost 150 Energy Corps (EC) members over the last five years, the National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) couldn’t be more excited to start fifteen new members in Arkansas and Montana. NCAT Energy Corps staff worked hard Continue reading →


Energy Corps Looking for a Few Good Members

Are you interested in making a real difference that will help people and protect our natural resources? The National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) is currently accepting applications for Energy Corps AmeriCorps member positions in Arkansas. Energy Corps members will Continue reading →

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