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  1. Key Resource ECHO Network Members, Staff, and Volunteers have collected a lot of recipes over the past 40 years, many of them featuring underutilized plants. We willorganize the recipes and provide cross-links to the relevant plant information here. If you have recipes you would like to archive here for the...
     
  2. ECHO Tech Notes are subject-specific publications about topics important to those working in the tropics and subtropics. Our material is authored by ECHO staff and outside writers, all with experience and knowledge of their subject. These documents are free for your use and will hopefully serve a...
     
  3. Research posters are effective visual tools that help present information in concise and interpretive ways. Yearly at ECHO's International Agriculture Conference, postersthat pertain to tropical agriculture and development are presented by ECHO staff and conference delagates. These include...
     
  4. SAWBO has multiple documents available for download and print. Please visitSAWBO's Documents pagewhere you can access this educational material.
     
  5. Our Best Practices Notes (BPNs) are concise summaries of interventions or approaches that have consistently proven to be effective in improving the lives of small-scale farmers in parts of the world where resources are limited. The practices discussed in each BPN are those that ECHO staff are...
     
  6. General Technical Documents are resources made available through ECHOcommunity.org that are not currently part of an ECHO periodical publication such as ECHO Development Notes or ECHO Technical Notes. These resources may or may not be published by ECHO, but have been made available to the...
     
  7. There is often a critical gap between knowing what could be helpful and then making that information known so that it can be put into practice. Filling that gap is the specialty of an organization called Modernizing Extension and Advisory Services (MEAS; www.meas-extension.org/). MEAS has...
     
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  9. At the center of our work is ECHO Development Notes (EDN), which we send quarterlyto thousands of people in over 160 countries in three languages (English, French, and Spanish). In EDN we share the most helpful, practical information that we come across about growing food under difficult...
     
  10. ECHO-Florida Field Trip Resources Continue the ECHO learning experience in your classroom or home! Explore these enrichment activities that are designed to engage students and support your curriculum. Each document contains a complete set of student materials, teacher answer keys, and resource...