Archive for July, 2013

Meet Your Merchant: Stove distributor never stops learning – Tahoe Daily Tribune

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013
Meet Your Merchant: Stove distributor never stops learning
Tahoe Daily Tribune
Wood Stove Distributors is located on Tahoe Boulevard, across from Christmas Tree Village Shopping Center. A FIRE FAMILY. Being in the stove business was never an option for Randall. During his senior year, he took night classes and worked at his 


EcoRecho: the Clean Cook Stove for Haitians – Sustainablog (blog)

Tuesday, July 30th, 2013
EcoRecho: the Clean Cook Stove for Haitians
Sustainablog (blog)
In a country like Haiti, though, where the vast majority live in urban or peri-urban areas, access to wood is limited or non-existent: charcoal is the available cooking fuel. His company had even released a wood-burning rocket stove at the same time as


Energy diet kicks off in East Kootenay – Cranbrook Daily Townsman

Tuesday, July 30th, 2013
Energy diet kicks off in East Kootenay
Cranbrook Daily Townsman
Another is the wood stove exchange program partnership with Wildsight. Cranbrook is now also a solar community. The City of Cranbrook has also hired a corporate energy manager to review the city's buildings and the process that they do in Cranbrook


Meet Your Merchant: Fisher’s Hearth and Home in Roseburg has kept the heat on – NRToday.com

Monday, July 29th, 2013
Meet Your Merchant: Fisher's Hearth and Home in Roseburg has kept the heat on
NRToday.com
CRAIG REED/The News-Review Chris Foster fills the hopper of a pellet stove on display at Fisher's Hearth and Home in Roseburg last week. Pellet stoves first came on the market in the late 1980s and now match wood stoves in sales at the Roseburg 


Michael Perry: A friend you can rely on for firewood and so much more – 77Square.com

Monday, July 29th, 2013
Michael Perry: A friend you can rely on for firewood and so much more
77Square.com
I got a bunch of wood split the other day, which is good because we were down to nothin' but bark last “spring” when we got one final blast of snow and I had to beg some wood off my buddy Mills. I didn't actually have to beg, I just mentioned to him


Where the old meets the new – Henley Standard

Monday, July 29th, 2013

Henley Standard
Where the old meets the new
Henley Standard
For more formal occasions, there is a separate dining room with feature fireplace, and the principal reception room runs the full depth of the property, with a fireplace and wood-burning stove and patio doors leading to the rear. A bright and spacious


Richard Ford, without clutter and drudgery – Boston Globe

Saturday, July 27th, 2013

Boston Globe
Richard Ford, without clutter and drudgery
Boston Globe
It's heated with a wood stove. I've had it insulated and some wallboarding put up. It used to just be beaverboard. It's quite warm, and I still heat it with wood, and you could say it's a little atmospheric down here, I guess, though once you start to


Wood Fired Pizza: A Tasty New Treat At Sioux City’s Farmer’s Market – KCAU

Saturday, July 27th, 2013
Wood Fired Pizza: A Tasty New Treat At Sioux City's Farmer's Market
KCAU
It's not something you see every summer in the Sioux City farmer's market, wood fired pizza. Heather and Jeremy Birr of Vermillion, South Dakota own the giant wood fired pizza stove at the market that cooks pizza in 90 seconds at 1,000 degrees. The

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New study sheds light on heat – Bristol Bay Times

Saturday, July 27th, 2013
New study sheds light on heat
Bristol Bay Times
Currently, the State of Alaska has no regulations on the specifications of wood-burning appliances that can be sold in the state. Updating these regulations may help reduce emissions from stoves purchased for use in rural Alaska, especially while


100 boutique hotels for under £100: Asia, Australia and New Zealand – The Guardian

Saturday, July 27th, 2013

The Guardian
100 boutique hotels for under £100: Asia, Australia and New Zealand
The Guardian
Skimming the border of Victoria's Alpine national park, at this distinctly Australian accommodation you'll stoke your own wood-fire stove in a room with windows allowing for stunning star-gazing. Mobile reception is lacking but picturesque bushwalks

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