Eco-Friendly Wood for Fire Pits

Eco-Friendly Wood for Fire Pits

As the nights get cooler, a fire pit is the perfect solution to enjoy your time outside! Although firewood has been used for many years in fire pits, biomass such as BIO BLOCKS, are an Eco-friendly option for wood fuel. There are several advantages to burning...
Happy 50th Anniversary!

Happy 50th Anniversary!

Today is the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day! The goal of the first event planned was to raise awareness about pollution and the environment. Environmental issues were not on the minds of businesses, or individuals, at that time. In 1970, it was not unusual to have...
Maple Syrup Time Is A SWEET Time Of Year!

Maple Syrup Time Is A SWEET Time Of Year!

Maple Syrup time is a SWEET time of year! Maple Syrup production goes into full swing as sap begins to flow. Hobby producers, as well as larger operators, take advantage of weather that is ideal to produce syrup this time of year. Generally, the season starts in...
Fuel for a Mini Wood Burning Stove

Fuel for a Mini Wood Burning Stove

Do you need fuel for a mini wood burning stove in an RV, boat, or tiny house? BIO BLOCKS are an ideal size for a small wood stove. Each fuel block is 2 1/2″ x 6″ x 3 5/8″ and weighs 1.92 lbs. I received an email from a woman, from California, who was...
How to Burn BIO BLOCK Firewood Compared to Other Fuel

How to Burn BIO BLOCK Firewood Compared to Other Fuel

Build a roaring BIO BLOCK fire in minutes for your holiday gathering! Everyone enjoys sitting around a cozy fire, however, it is often a challenge to light traditional firewood.  If you have never used compressed sawdust blocks, as a firewood alternative, I will give...
Plan Now for Cold Weather – Heat with BIO BLOCK Firewood

Plan Now for Cold Weather – Heat with BIO BLOCK Firewood

The days are getting shorter as the nights are getting cooler. The weather is changing and children are heading back to school. All of a sudden we are very aware that Fall and Winter weather are right around the corner!  It’s time to plan for heating with BIO...

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