In case your power goes out or if you just want to cook outside in your permaculture system, you need to build a rocket stove.

A rocket stove is a simple but ingenious invention permaculturists can build easily, everywhere in the world.

Rocket stoves offer close to complete combustion of the wood, meaning they are hyper-efficient and burn super-clean while producing a sufficient quantity of high-quality biochar.

People of many ancient and preindustrial civilizations produced biochar in such quantities that it even became one of the causes for the deforestation of whole regions and countries.

The biochar they produced was mainly used to melt ore, to work iron, to produce lime, to fire ceramics or simply for cooking and heating.

A considerable part of the finer biochar fraction was used in combination with organic wastes to improve soil fertility.

Biochar production allows farmers and gardeners to complete the resource loop on their own agroecosystem, where biochar can enter the local use cascades and become the basis for the humus enrichment of soil.

Rocket stoves are easily built from common materials.

Exoman and Farm Girl made an amazing rocket stove in 1 minute with cinder blocks and twigs.

We have built the same stove at the Urban Permaculture Laboratory

This is an amazing survival cooking setup or just a useful trick to know.

This quick utube video shows how to make a rocket stove in just a 1 minute once you have a block with the end cut out.

Be sure to share this article to inspire your friends and family to build their Rocket stove in one minute!

Giuseppe Tallarico
 

Giuseppe is a versatile and results-oriented Agricultural Economist and Agronomist specializing in Permaculture, Food Security, and Environmental Management Systems dedicated to consulting large-scale farms through the transition to sustainable and regenerative agriculture to achieve maximum profitability naturally while creating a greener abundant earth for generations to come. Giuseppe is an Accredited Instructor by the Permaculture Research Institute of Australia and a permaculture consultant for the government of Jordan. Giuseppe serves the world permaculture community as the founder and general manager of the World Permaculture Association, the director assistant and quality manager of Flora, the head of the Urban Permaculture Laboratory Educational Center, and manager of Rigenera, a Permaculture consulting company. He is also the co-creator of Permamindfulness® https://www.giuseppetallarico.com

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