Biochar seen as potential market for forest

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Biochar seen as potential market for forest

System transforms less desirable timber into fertilizer, power
JERRY McBRIDE/Durango Herald

This 2012 file photo shows how ponderosa forests in the area are in need of thinning. The biochar market for the tree is seen as a potential solution.
DAVID BERGELAND/Durango Herald

Ponderosa forests are in dire need of thinning, but the local market for the tree is weak. In this 2012 file photo, Brian White of Bayfield and Ros Wu of Pagosa us a vintage crosscut felling saw on a ponderosa in the San Juan National Forest.

Biochar seen as potential market for forest

JERRY McBRIDE/Durango Herald

This 2012 file photo shows how ponderosa forests in the area are in need of thinning. The biochar market for the tree is seen as a potential solution.
DAVID BERGELAND/Durango Herald

Ponderosa forests are in dire need of thinning, but the local market for the tree is weak. In this 2012 file photo, Brian White of Bayfield and Ros Wu of Pagosa us a vintage crosscut felling saw on a ponderosa in the San Juan National Forest.
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