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'''Earthapprentice''' is a organization in {{state|Michigan}}, [[USA]] promoting solar cooking with workshops on cooking and construction of solar cookers founded by [[Benjamin Brown]]. He began teaching in 2002, and has trained over forty participants so far. Primarily he teaches construction of [[CooKit]]s.
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'''Earthapprentice''' is a organization in {{state|Michigan}}, [[USA]] promoting solar cooking wthrough workshops on cooking and construction of solar cookers. The group was founded by [[Benjamin Brown]]. He began teaching in 2002, and has trained over forty participants so far. Primarily he teaches construction of [[CooKit]]s.
   
 
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[[File:EarthApprentice_cookers,_2-12-13.jpg|thumb|300px|EarthApprentice solar cookers ready to cook in {{state|Michigan}}, [[USA]].]]
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*'''February 2013: ''' - [[Benjamin Brown]], of EarthApprentice, Solar Cooking in Michigan (SCM), continues to raise awareness of solar cooking potential in the north country by speaking on and demonstrating solar cooker technology. This year's presentation focused on the Jim LaJoie’s [[All Season Solar Cooker]]. SCM also encourages donations to [[Solar Cookers International]]. The Willard G. Pierce and Jessie M. Pierce Foundation, the charitable arm of PCCEI, graciously responded to SCM’s program by providing a grant to Solar Cookers International. SCM also sent a [[Villager Sun Oven]] to [[Haiti]] in conjunction with a Kiwanis Aid Program and First Congregational Church of Charlotte, Michigan. Besides an advocate for solar cooking globally, Benjamin and his family frequently use their solar cookers at their home in Michigan, including a successful challenge to prepare every meal with solar cooking for the month of April last year. Read more at [[Media:EarthApprentice,_2-12-13.pdf|EarthApprentice update 2012]]
   
 
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Earthapprentice is a organization in Michigan, USA promoting solar cooking wthrough workshops on cooking and construction of solar cookers. The group was founded by Benjamin Brown. He began teaching in 2002, and has trained over forty participants so far. Primarily he teaches construction of CooKits.

Recent news and developmentsEdit

EarthApprentice cookers, 2-12-13

EarthApprentice solar cookers ready to cook in Michigan, USA.

  • February 2013: - Benjamin Brown, of EarthApprentice, Solar Cooking in Michigan (SCM), continues to raise awareness of solar cooking potential in the north country by speaking on and demonstrating solar cooker technology. This year's presentation focused on the Jim LaJoie’s All Season Solar Cooker. SCM also encourages donations to Solar Cookers International. The Willard G. Pierce and Jessie M. Pierce Foundation, the charitable arm of PCCEI, graciously responded to SCM’s program by providing a grant to Solar Cookers International. SCM also sent a Villager Sun Oven to Haiti in conjunction with a Kiwanis Aid Program and First Congregational Church of Charlotte, Michigan. Besides an advocate for solar cooking globally, Benjamin and his family frequently use their solar cookers at their home in Michigan, including a successful challenge to prepare every meal with solar cooking for the month of April last year. Read more at EarthApprentice update 2012

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See Benjamin Brown.

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