Mat-Su College Forum: Building a Masonry Stove for Efficient Wood Heat
Mat-Su College Public Square Renewable Energy Lecture Series: MARK MASTELLER, Alaska State Director, Cascadia Region Green Building Council at 7pm in FSM 204, Mat-Su College. Masonry stoves – long used in northern Europe – are “heat storing radiant fireplaces” made of stone and concrete that burn wood efficiently and cleanly. The wood is burned at very high temperatures and the heat is stored in a large thermal mass. Mark Masteller will discuss how masonry heaters work and describe his experience building a Masonry Heater in his home. For more information, contact Dr. Pete Praetorius at 907-745-9728.
Building: FSM 204-206 7:00-8:30PM at Matanuska-Susitna College – Mile 2 Trunk Road, Palmer