- Author: Milton E McGiffen
This is a very nice article about a group in the Claremont area called Uncommon Good:
Uncommon Good uses biochar and other amendments for locally grown organic produce. To quote their website (http://uncommongood.org/?page_id=160):
"Half of the food grown is sold to the community from Uncommon Good's office, Monday through Saturday. The other half is given to the families served by Uncommon Good who cannot afford fresh produce. The farmers are fathers of children in the education program who are paid a living wage and benefits by Uncommon Good. The farm plots also serve as real world learning laboratories, both for science subjects and small business development skills, for the students and parents served by Uncommon Good."