Stove Summit Schedule for Thursday, August 11th


Registration and Campus open


Coffee, tea, light snacks available in dining area

9:15 Keynote: Effective Partnerships

Fred Colgan, Founder of InStove
Adam Creighton, Development Director, InStove: Remarks on Stove Summit

10:00 - 10:15 Break

10:15 - 11:00 Stove Sector History Panel

Dean Still (Aprovecho), Larry Winiarski, Nordica MacCarty (OSU), and Damon Ogle reflect on and discuss the history of the clean cookstove sector: the technologies, the personalities, and the trends that have emerged since the movement began 40 years ago.

11:00 - 11:15 Break/Survey

OSU Engineering student Mohammad Pakravan will present in the Main Room, and use The Delphi Method to elicit and rank opinions on the importance of various cookstove design attributes. Results will be presented on Friday, August 12th, at the same morning break.

11:15 - 12:00 Breakout Session 1

Main Room Board Room
Adam Creighton, InStove:Institutional Rocket Stoves and their World of Applications (20 minutes); Flip and Jon Anderson: Introduction to locally-built mud stoves Sebastian Africano, Trees Water People:Trees, Water, People, a model and history, (20 minutes); Inara Fernandez, Stove Team International: Saving Lives, Fighting Poverty, and Combating Climate Change in Latin America

12:00 - 2:00 Lunch

2:00 - 2:45 Breakout Session 2

Main Room Board Room Outdoors
Jake Schual-Berke, Nexleaf:Monitoring for Impact and Behavior Change (20 minutes); Dexter Gauntlett, Sweet Sense: Continuous, low-cost, remote monitoring systems (20 minutes), Dale Andreatta: Designing Practical Stoves (20 Minutes); Paul Means, Burn Design: The Burn Model (20 Minutes) Flip and Jon Anderson:Hands-on mudstove workshop, design principles. Part 1 (45 minutes).

3:00 - 3:45 Breakout Session 3

Main Room Board Room Stove Lab Outdoors
Michael Johnson, Berkeley Air Monitoring Group: PICA and PATS+: Integrated cookstove assessment software and Particle and Temperature Sensor (20 minutes); Sam Bentson, Aprovecho: Bringing LEMS (Monitoring) to ISO and Chinese Standards (20 minutes) John Higgins, University of Kentucky: Processes for making fuel oil and wood vinegar from waste streams using InStoves (45 minutes). Paul "Dr. TLUD" Anderson Juntos Energy Solutions: “Breakthroughs in TLUD and other Micro-gasification stoves: Realities for utilization.” (45 Minutes); Flip and Jon Anderson:Hands-on mudstove workshop, construction. Part 2 (45 minutes).

3:45 Thursday Programming ends

4:00 - 5:00 Optional InStove Factory Tour

Fred Colgan, Founder of InStove, leads a tour of the Cottage Grove InStove Factory: a model for "Stove-Factory-in-a-Box" local production methodology for export.

5:00 Onward, at Dining Area/Yurt: No Host Bar

Join the Stove Summit community for wine, beer and conversation on the bank of the river in the dining area. Please remember to donate to the kitty.


Stove Summit Participants who have paid their entrance fee are welcome to camp on the meadow. Spaces are first come, first serve. Please be respectful of the community. Children are welcome.

Schedule for Friday, August 12th