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Published on Dec 12, 2016
While we were helping out with the winterization efforts at Standing Rock, Evan put on a demontsration of how you can build a simple but effective rocket cook stove out of nothing more than some used soup cans, some mud, and a bit of inexpensive perlite insulation. Tin snips, pliers, and a nail for poking holes are the only tools required. These little stoves are great for cooking or boiling water, and use a surprisingly small amount of wood for a large amount of heat. Just one more example of how simple do it yourself technology can help move us away from dependence on fossil fuels.