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  1. tippytap.org provides manuals for how to build a tippy tap in various languages that are applicable for both litterate and illerate education of the technology. The graphics provided are widely applicable to various contexts and resources that may be available. English Hindi Marathi French ...  
  2. With the right knowledge and skills anyone, anywhere can take ownership of their own water, sanitation and hygiene. CAWST empowers people to take action in their homes and neighbourhoods, builds resiliency, and ensures appropriate solutions for the local water context.  
  3. This document describes how to make a Tippy Tap, a simple handwashing device with running water. The Tippy Tap consists of a 5 liter container hanging on a horizontal stick. The container can be tipped by pulling a rope through the cap. The rope is attached to a stick lying on the ground, which...  
  4. This manual informs docents on how to repsresent ECHO to the public and conduct tours of the Global Farm and Appropriate Technologies  
  5. 1993-01-01 This is a collection of publications is designed to share some of ECHO's innovative gardening techniques including shallow bed gardening, hill culture, using cola cans in your soil mix, growing wick gardens, wading pool gardens, eave trough garden, and no-till garden.  
  6. 2009-04-30 Founded by the Bonita Springs Community Foundation, the ECHO Edible Schoolyard project is a joint community initiative promoting agricultural education through experimental grardening at Bonita Springs Middle School. This garden will give students many opportunities to learn about edible plants,...  
  7. 2012-01-01 Book containspictures and informationfromECHO Farm Day 2012.  
  8. 2013-01-01 Book contains pictures and information from ECHO Farm Day 2013.  
  9. 2014-01-01 Book contains pictures and information from ECHO Farm Day 2014.  
  10. 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