Forty biochar producers, practitioners, scientists, and engineers held a virtual workshop in April 2020 to chart a roadmap for future development of the biochar industry in the Pacific Northwest and beyond.
- Executive Summary (version 1.1; 16 pages; 1.84mb)
- Summary for Policy Makers (version 1.1; 72 pages; 4.8mb)
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- Biomass to Biochar: Maximizing the Carbon Value (version 1.1; 184 pages; 11.1mb)
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- List of Abbreviations
- Section I: Summary
- Section II: Sector-Focused Analysis
- Section III: Supporting Information
Amonette, J.E., J.G. Archuleta, M.R. Fuchs, K.M. Hills, G.G. Yorgey, G. Flora, J. Hunt, H.-S. Han, B.T. Jobson, T.R. Miles, D.S. Page-Dumroese, S. Thompson, K.M. Trippe, K. Wilson, R. Baltar, K. Carloni, C. Christoforou, D.P. Collins, J. Dooley, D. Drinkard, M. Garcia-Pérez, G. Glass, K. Hoffman-Krull, M. Kauffman, D.A. Laird, W. Lei, J. Miedema, J. O’Donnell, A. Kiser, B. Pecha, C. Rodriguez-Franco, G.E. Scheve, C. Sprenger, B. Springsteen, and E. Wheeler. 2021. Biomass to Biochar: Maximizing the Carbon Value. Report by Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources, Washington State University, Pullman WA. csanr.wsu.edu/biomass2biochar
Many of the participants in our workshop presented in the Scaling Biochar Forum Oct. 13-14, 2020.
A parallel effort involving some of the workshop participants led to this perspectives article in the Journal of Soil and Water Conservation:
- Integrated Biochar Research: A Roadmap – Open access article