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It’s great to hear that you are expanding your maple syrup production this year. For the evaporation phase, you might want to look into building a rocket stove. Rocket stoves are incredibly efficient because they use a secondary burn chamber to pyrolize the wood gas given off by ordinary combustion. You can build them from cans and/barrels.
Paul Wheaton, the “Duke of Permaculture” has a Kickstarter right now funding the production of 4 DVDs from video footage he took at a 3 day workshop. He has reached his initial goal, so the DVDs are going to happen (you can also just get downloads) but if he can clear $100,000 then he will (finally) be able to buy a bunch of land in his beloved Montana and start working on his permaculture dreams/schemes, like growing citrus without a greenhouse.
I recommend watching his Kickstarter video even if you will never build a rocket mass stove or even a “pocket rocket.” At the end, they show themselves actually heating iron to the red hot, workable point with just a rocket stove: no coal or charcoal, no fan. Also, it’s funny.
Oops, that was supposed to be cans and/or barrels.
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