2010 PLGC Jason Aramburure:char is a social enterprise that uses technology to help farmers grow more food. Their Climate Kiln Mini is a small-scale biochar kiln intended for the home gardener or small farmer. With a 5 gallon capacity, you can produce your own biochar for your raised beds, potted plants or small garden. The Climate Kiln Mini features an adjustable primary air intake to control burn time and quality. Produce biochar from wood chips, agricultural waste or leaves.

Jason (1985) graduated from Princeton University with a degree, cum laude, in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and a certificate in Environmental Studies. He also studied soil science through the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in the Republic of Panama and through Princeton University’s Carbon Mitigation Initiative. Before founding re:char, Jason was a founding member of Innozone, an online expertise network. Jason was named a 2009 Social Innovation fellow by Pop!Tech and a 2010 Echoing Green fellow. He was also recently named one of the 'Top 25 Social Entrepreneurs in America' by Business Week.

re:char website