The Environmental Protection agency estimates there are more than 6 million old and inefficient wood burning stoves in the U.S. today. (Brent Moore, Flickr)
In the leadup to winter, researchers at Oregon State University are teaming up with the Nez Perce tribe and local manufacturers to develop a cleaner way to burn wood in stoves.
They have received $2.5 million from the U.S. Department of Energy to research and develop a cheap device that can be put into a wood-burning stove to reduce the smoke and . . .