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  1. 2022-03-29 ECHO East Africa is pleased to announce the 4th Pastoralist Symposium as a virtual event!The Pastoralist Symposiumwill provide a network and training opportunity for those involved in improving nutrition and livelihoods in pastoralist areas. It will consist of three afternoons of three plenary...
     
  2. 2021-11-26 Learn the Principles of the "System of Rice Intensification" (SRI) and get hands on experience harvesting and threshing rice!  
  3. 2021-11-23 This video from WorldVision Australia demonstrates the value of the Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR) system. "In a balanced ecosystem, people and animals thrive. But when trees are cut down and land is burned, that balance is lost. Deforestation effects include soil erosion and a...
     
  4. 2021-11-16 28th Annual Event The 28th Annual ECHO International Agriculture conference returns this November. Visit The Conference Website This event was previously scheduled as an in-person event. Due to travel restrictions, we are pleased to offer this event virtually for a second year.
     
  5. 2021-11-02 Tomorrow, we will be coming together for ECHO'sOnlineInternational Agriculture Conference! If you have not yet registered for the Online Conference, please do so soon so you can begin to interact with other attendees!
     
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  8. 2021-10-04 This article is an outworking of ECHO research in Limpopo Province of South Africa, from 2010-2015, supported by the Howard G. Buffett Foundation. It summarizes findings published in a scientific journal by Motis et al. (2017). The original article can be found at...  
  9. 2021-10-04 This article is the fourth and final segment of ECHO's Integrated Pest Management (IPM) series focusing on insect pests. The first three articles about pest prevention [http://edn.link/prevent], monitoring [http://edn.link/ipm2], and control [http://edn.link/ipm3] are available on...  
  10. 2021-10-04 Where we live in Northern Tanzania, it is common to see fields prepped and planted year after year with little to no harvest. The ground does not yield as it did for previous generations, and many farmers we talk to cannot explain why. Agroforestry systems have the potential to improve crop...