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  1. 2017-10-23 In September, ECHO’s Global Farm in Florida faced a fairly direct hit by Hurricane Irma. In the aftermath, one thing is abundantly clear – some things fall down and some things don’t (see our short video, After Hurricane Irma). This fact is relevant to our efforts to promote resilient farms and...  
  2. 2016-10-18 Bamboo’s reputation is largely based upon intrinsic peculiarities of certain varieties. The plant can grow a meter a day and is the staple diet for giant pandas; though a grass, it can grow to 30 meters tall with hollow wooden stems which are stronger than steel; and bamboo has a reproductive...  
  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. 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  
  5. 2014-01-01 Book contains pictures and information from ECHO Farm Day 2014.  
  6. 2013-01-01 Book contains pictures and information from ECHO Farm Day 2013.  
  7. 2012-01-01 Book containspictures and informationfromECHO Farm Day 2012.  
  8. 2011-07-20 A visitor to ECHO from Nigeria told former intern Randall Fish about a method of creating fences using bamboo.  
  9. 2010-01-01 Notebook, various paged sections, tables  
  10. 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,...