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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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What is Next?

Read about Seth’s experiences during the first two months of service; What is next? It has been the main focal point in many of our lives. It sure is the topic of discussion as a young professional and student. It Continue reading →

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Building a network of support

Read about Amy’s thoughts on overcoming a limited budget by strengthening local networks;   “So, there’s no budget, right?” I ask my boss, knowing what the answer will be.  This is a question she has patiently and positively responded to me, Continue reading →

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Recycling collaboration in rural communities

Read about Rob’s rural recycling experiences in Montana; Montana’s history is a lively and exciting one. Homesteaders carved out lives in harsh conditions and prospectors chased gold in hills of danger. Law enforcement was sometimes the exception, rather than the Continue reading →

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Finding Warmth in the Last Best Place

Read about how Gordon’s experienced Montana so far through weatherizing and educating; Directions to Fort Benton, MT: Drive through 3 mountain ranges, along the Missouri River canyon, and out onto the Plains. Beware of ice, snow, and moose in the Continue reading →


Weatherizing met with kindness

Read about Devin’s experiences weatherizing homes in MT; Working in stranger’s homes is hard. Or rather most of the time I would imagine it is hard. You have to be careful and respectful in a way that you wouldn’t in Continue reading →

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