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  1. 2010-01-01 Notebook, various paged sections, tables  
  2. 2011-01-01 This booklet discribes everything you would need to know to grow vegetables in a tropical cllimate. 50 pages  
  3. 2011-01-01 This notebook contains a wide variety of information on community development in Haiti. multiple pages, ilustrations, photos  
  4. 2014-01-01 Book contains pictures and information from ECHO Farm Day 2014.  
  5. 2014-06-03 Various donations that Tom Carpenter has made to ECHO prepared from the memories of ECHO's founding CEO Martin Price. 4 pages  
  6. 2014-12-29 Agricultural Prosperity in Dry Africa contains a wealth of practical suggestions for dealing with the problems facing dryland farmers in Africa. He discusses crops, strategies, and technologies that lead to increased production and income for farmers with limited resources.  
  7. 2015-01-01 One of the newest additions to the ECHO Global Farm is the Natural Farming Pig System located in the Tropical Lowlands area. This component is based on the Natural Farming approach developed in East and Southeast Asia which focuses on harnessing the impact of beneficial microbes for enhancing...  
  8. 2016-01-01 Whether a lifelong resident of tropical Asia or having just arrived, anyone with an interest in food security or local diets should find this guide very helpful. And hopefully the cooks and farmers who have invested their local knowledge into this effort have felt affirmed as well. 2 Copies  
  9. 2016-01-01 This notebook contains articles from Edible Sarasota, TOTI Media, and Farming Matters along with pertient information on green-manure crops, and other plants.  
  10. 2016-01-07 Dr. Tim Motisrecently posted afollow up to hisJuly 2015poston ECHO's 2-4-2maize/cowpeatrial. This update presents some of the data that has been collected to date. When the legumes were sampled in July, the above-ground biomass of both weeds and legumes were sampled. Weeds made up less than 3% of...