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  1. 2016-01-01 ECHO exists to reduce hunger and improve lives through agricultural training and resources. Working through the internet and regional impact centers around the world, ECHO connects small-scale farmers, and those working to eliminate world hunger, with essential resources and each other. These...  
  2. 2016-01-01 In This Issue: Arua Symposium Announcements Innovative resources ECHO East Africa News ECHO RIC’s Best Practices  
  3. 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.  
  4. 2015-12-15 This article is from ECHO Asia Note #26 This series of articles on water management has been reprinted with permission from Thailand’s Natural Farming Magazine and serves as an introduction to small-scale water management. Many of the ideas offered in these articles are consistent with...  
  5. 2015-12-09 My wife, Melissa, and I first learned of ECHO and the training courses offered after we applied for a development position in Zambia with Presbyterian World Mission. Although my background is in agriculture and banking here in the U.S., I wanted to acquire more specific knowledge which would...
     
  6. 2015-12-02 ECHO Asia, in conjunction with International Cooperation Cambodia (ICC) and Ntuk Nti, with funding from the Presbyterian Hunger Program (PHP-USA) welcomes anyone working in Cambodia in Agriculture or Community Development to a seed saving workshop happening inSen Monorem, Mondulkiri, December...
     
  7. 2015-12-02 A basic outline and breakdown on how to conduct a community-level seed exchange so that participants can implement one in their home communities and workplaces.  
  8. 2015-12-02 Taylor presents findings from ECHO, Ntuk Nti, & ICC's recent research project about local seed systems. In this presentation he gives an overview of current seed storage methods being used in Mondulkiri and Ratanakiri, Cambodia.  
  9. 2015-12-02 Defining neglected and underutilized plant species, why they are important, how they relate to agro-biodiversity, and how they can be identified through the use of community surveys  
  10. 2015-12-02 Ken presents findings from ECHO, Ntuk Nti, and ICC's recent research project about local seed systems. In this presentation, he gives an overview of improved seed storage methods developed during the project.