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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.


Earth Week in Fayetteville

Read about Kate’s environmental Christmas in April: My older brother was in Fayetteville last weekend. While we had lunch, he asked me how my service was going. Suddenly, he got a big grin on his face and exclaimed, “OH! Earth Day Continue reading →

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Earth Week Connections

Read about Darcy’s spring service activities:   Spring has finally sprung, here in the Garden City! Despite, or perhaps because, a mild winter, I have been more than ready for spring and everything it brings…sunshine, flowers, warm weather and most Continue reading →

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Big Creek’s Big Move Towards Energy Conservation

Read about new member Brian Dao’s outlook on his new service project: For the next six months Big Creek Outdoor Education Center will be my home. This camp sits next to Big Creek, which feeds directly into the North Fork Continue reading →


Springing Biking Forward in Fayetteville

Read about Dane’s transition from winter to spring in the biking world: I’m now half way through my 11 month term of service as the Bicycle Coordinator in Fayetteville Arkansas. I started in October and here we are in April. Continue reading →


Social Media Woes

Read about Evan’s social media experience as an AmeriCorps member:   I’ve never been great at using social media. Sure, I have a Facebook and a Twitter account and I’ll occasionally post things on them but it’s hardly an everyday Continue reading →

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