The symposium is organized into the following tracks:

  1. Feedstocks and Technology, chaired by Hugh McLaughlin
  2. Benefits of Biochar, chaired by Kathleen Draper
  3. Scales, Sales, and Marketing, chaired by Amanda Ravenhill
  4. Policy and Community Engagement, chaired by Erich Knight

The March 4th deadline for submitting abstracts has passed. Dozens of excellent presentations have been confirmed. If you are still interested in speaking or would like to share an idea for programming, please send a message in the contact form below.

We may be able to include your work, depending upon the topic. Thanks for all you do!

For the Current Schedule (subject to change) click: http://scholarworks.umass.edu/biochar/2013


Submit an Abstract

How would you rate your ability to engage an audience (1=low, 5=high)?
Describe the extent to which your work addresses the following benefits of biochar: