SOLAR COOKERS How to make, use and enjoy
Edition, 2004This guidebook is a sum of contributions from educators, engineers, long-timesolar cooks and promoters, most of who served as volunteers with
Solar CookersInternational (SCI)
. Special thanks to Mark Aalfs, Paul Barth, Elinor Benes,Roger Bernard, Rick Blodgett, Barbara Blum, Bev Blum, Georgianna Borgens, JayCampbell, Don Coan, Sherry Cole, Ramón Coyle, Maria Gonzalez, Gerri de Graaf,Tom Juring, Barbara Kerr, Barbara Knudson, Beth Luna, Dave Maize, Paul Mellersh,Bob Metcalf, John Murphy, Faustine Odaba, Joe On, Margaret Owino, Ed Pejack,Kevin Porter, Mark Rothman, Louise Seeley, Clark and Eleanor Shimeall, RandySmith and Kim Victorine. This edition received support from the Richard and RhodaGoldman Fund and the Sacramento Area Earth Day Network. Past editions of thisbooklet were supported by the American Conservation Association, the EducationalFoundation and the W. Alton Jones Foundation.Solar Cookers International is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, nongovernmental organizationspreading solar cooking to benefit people and environments.
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