Thursday, June 10, 2010
The rocket stove was invented for use in developing nations as a highly efficient, low tech alternative to traditional resource guzzling cook-stoves and open flame fires. While traditional stoves and fires rely on coal, wood or gas for fuel, the rocket stove can cook a whole dinner using just twigs and grasses. Constructed from recycled materials, the rocket stove is an affordable and sustainable cook-stove design that is so simple anyone can learn to build it. Makes a great camp or outdoor kitchen stove.
Join us July 11th from 1 to 4pm for a rocket stove-building workshop. We will also discuss the importance of appropriate technology in today's world. And you will leave with your own finished stove!
Cost: $50-$35 per person, sliding scale. Materials are included.
Class will be held at Radiance, 9 W Grant St, Lancaster, PA 17603
Call 717-290-1517, or stop by to register
Wilson Alvarez is co-owner of Homegrown Edible Landscaping Co. with his wife Natasha. He has a background in history and anthropology and has spent the last seven years studying the local ecosystem and sustainable living techniques. Homegrown is a human-powered business and is based in Lancaster City.