Non-profit organization promoting the cost-effective use of biochar. Biochar is charcoal made from biomass for use in soil and the built. It is used in soil and growing media to hold water, retain nutrients, balance pH, improve soil texture, as a habitat for beneficial microorganisms, and as a filter to capture contaminants for remediation. Non-soil uses include concrete, asphalt, and composites. It can be produced as a co-product of biomass energy though pyrolysis, gasification or combustion. Contact us to connect with producers, research and users @USBiochar.
1470 Southwest Woodward Way
Portland, OR 97225