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For more than a decade, '''Bart Orlando''' has volunteered at Humboldt State University's Campus Center for Appropriate Technology. He helps students build and utilize human-powered machines. He is also a long-time solar cook who frequently demonstrates solar cooking outside the Arcata Co-op in Arcata, California. He often shares the solar-cooked food with homeless people in the area. Orlando says his homemade parabolic solar cooker could cook over 100 servings of rice on a good day. [Excerpted from a September 2006 Eureka Reporter story.]
 
For more than a decade, '''Bart Orlando''' has volunteered at Humboldt State University's Campus Center for Appropriate Technology. He helps students build and utilize human-powered machines. He is also a long-time solar cook who frequently demonstrates solar cooking outside the Arcata Co-op in Arcata, California. He often shares the solar-cooked food with homeless people in the area. Orlando says his homemade parabolic solar cooker could cook over 100 servings of rice on a good day. [Excerpted from a September 2006 Eureka Reporter story.]
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==Recent news and developments==
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*'''March 2014:''' Bart updates his progress in using ready-made stadium light reflectors as the basis for a conical, deeply recessed parabolic style solar cooker. His report can be seen at [http://www.appropedia.org/Stadium_Light_Solar_Cookers#Use_Of_Stadium_Light_Reflector_As_A_Wash-Basin_and_For_Heating_Water Stadium Light Solar Cookers] as posted on [http://www.appropedia.org/Welcome_to_Appropedia Appropedia].
   
 
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Last updated: 17 March 2014      

For more than a decade, Bart Orlando has volunteered at Humboldt State University's Campus Center for Appropriate Technology. He helps students build and utilize human-powered machines. He is also a long-time solar cook who frequently demonstrates solar cooking outside the Arcata Co-op in Arcata, California. He often shares the solar-cooked food with homeless people in the area. Orlando says his homemade parabolic solar cooker could cook over 100 servings of rice on a good day. [Excerpted from a September 2006 Eureka Reporter story.]

Recent news and developmentsEdit

  • March 2014: Bart updates his progress in using ready-made stadium light reflectors as the basis for a conical, deeply recessed parabolic style solar cooker. His report can be seen at Stadium Light Solar Cookers as posted on Appropedia.

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Bart Orlando

Email: bart6591@yahoo.com

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