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Old 10-14-2004, 12:07 PM
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Biodiesel Workshop in Racine Wi this Sunday

I know the bears are on for you folks in Chicago area but so what. Rex is out for the year. C'mon up.......

Racine/Milwaukee Biodiesel Workshop!!

Comprehensive Homebrew Biodiesel Workshop with Maria
'Mark' Alovert in Racine, Wisconsin

Sunday, October 17th 10 am -5 pm
sliding scale $20-$50, (no one turned away for lack of
funds).

A timely challenge to the oil industry - run your
diesel car on recycled vegetable oil for under $1.00 a
gallon! Come learn a wide range of techniques to make
homebrew biodiesel fuel, with hands-on practice, and
an opportunity to join a new Racine/Milwaukee
biodiesel cooperative!

Please wear long pants and closed toe shoes, and bring
long sleeved shirts. The class will be held in a new
garage, please bring extra layers in case it's chilly.
Bring a potluck lunch dish to share and a lawn chair
for seating.

An optional 85-page Biodiesel Homebrew Guide book is
available for $8 at the class or $10 by mail
beforehand (see www.localB100.com for details)

For more information, driving directions, car pooling
and to register, please e-mail Debbie Davis,
davisdx@sbcglobal.net, 414-372-5192, or workshop
facilitator Maria "Mark" wrench@tinkersworkshop.org

Thanks!
Debbie Davis

i have no vested interest in this workshop. i will attend and pay like everyone else. i am just trying to get the word out.
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Old 10-14-2004, 12:23 PM
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here is more information pasted from anither website. evidently this guy is travellingg the usa to promote and teach. see if there is a class near you. if you live in calif, you probably know this guy.

http://www.localb100.com/
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Old 10-14-2004, 02:16 PM
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First of all, Mark is a girl (Mark is just a nickname).

Second, I attended her workshop here in St. Louis, MO last weekend and it was phenomenal. She is a dyed in the wool do-it-yourselfer, and really knows her stuff when it comes to homebrew biodiesel. I already knew quite a bit about biodiesel, and have run vehicles on SVO, but I learned a lot from Mark. She was incredibly helpful, worked late into the night on both nights working with people (and even stayed for a third day (gratis) just to make sure everyone's equipment was finished properly), and was otherwise completely selfless in her desire to get people going with biodiesel.

She's not making money on this (with all the equipment she buys and the repairs she's had to do on her truck, she's probably losing money on the venture), and yet she still does it because she believes in it, which I respect!

So anyway, just wanted to leave a glowing recommendation for her, if you have a chance to participate in one of her workshops I highly recommend it. We had people coming from over 200 miles away just for the workshop (some farmers coming from rural missouri with the hope of heating their homes and powering their tractors with biodiesel) who left very happy and excited, if that counts for anything. Even if you don't start making fuel right away, you'll leave having more hands-on experience with biodiesel than you thought possible.

peace,
Sam
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Old 10-14-2004, 04:19 PM
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o yeah.......girlmark. right. doh!!
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