Richard Freudenberger

Living Web Farms

New Society Publishers


Richard Freudenberger is the former research director of MOTHER EARTH NEWS and co-developer of the publication’s original 624-acre Eco-Village. His areas of expertise include biofuels, green building, and renewable energy. Freudenberger is the former publisher of BackHome magazine, founded 1990. He has worked as a sustainability consultant in an architectural design-build firm, and is an adjunct at a local college, where he teaches applied energy management and sustainability. He is currently the energy manager for Living Web Farms in Mills River, North Carolina. Freudenberger is the author of Alcohol Fuel: Making and Using Ethanol as a Renewable Fuel. Books by this Speaker: Alcohol Fuel – Making and Using Ethanol as Renewable Fuel

Richard will be speaking at the North Carolina Fair.


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Woodstove Hot Water for Cooking, Cleaning, and Other Household Uses

Use your woodstove to provide hot water for cooking, cleaning, and many other household uses. This workshop explores everything from a simple water jacket to more involved designs including flue coil capture and internal heat exchangers. Hear about safety and practicality as well as necessary skill levels, costs, and realistic applications.
Modern Homesteading Renewable Energy

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North Carolina, Sunday 11:30-12:30 p.m., Sustainable Agriculture Stage
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