This past week, while several School of Natural Resource and Extension faculty presented at the Alaska Forum for the Environment, many presented in the evenings at the Anchorage Cooperative Extension office. It was slated as “Extension Home and Energy Week”, and to kick it off I met with KTUU’s Garrett Turner (at 6am) to show how an assembled rocket stove can be used in camping and disaster situations.  Take a look at the clip (almost 6 short minutes long!) Give a call if you are interested in constructing a Dunn burn box out of 2×4’s, or rocket stoves out of easy to access cans. Attendees learn about combustion, biomass, particulates and emissions as well as how to be prepared for emergency situation food preparation. These are great items for scouts, youth groups/4H, homeschoolers, etc…and I am able to travel to group workshops to teach how.  (inquiries can contact me at 474-6366).