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  1. Key Resource 2007-01-20 Let’s Restore Our Land describes how church and community leaders came to realize that the soil that produces our food is becoming weak, and the forests that provide us with many resources are disappearing. They recognized that God has given us the responsibility to care for and protect these...  
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  3. Presentation files from the ECHO Agriculture and Community Development Conference held in Managua, Nicaragua in 2016.  
  4. This collection lists organizations, communities of practice, and partner networks working in Latin America and the Caribbean in areas relevant to ournetwork members in the region (e.g. small-scale farming, agroecology, community development, local seed systems, appropriate technology,...  
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  6. ECHO Latin America and Caribbean Notes is an electronic technical bulletin containing articles of interest to farmers and Development in the regions of Latin America and the Caribbean. The goal is to provide you with information that directly impacts your practices. We appreciate your comments...  
  7. ECHO Network members in Haiti produce development notes in Creole.  
  8. Inca nut is a semi-woody, vining, perennial plant in the Euphorbiaceae family native to the high altitude rain forests of the Andes in South America. It is grown for the large seed and seed oil, used in cooking. Raw seeds are inedible, but roasting after shelling makes them palatable. The viscous...  
  9. 2017-03-30 Meet Adria and Job, ECHOCommunity.org members who work in Honduras through God makes it grow, a ministry committed to serve God as His workers while He makes things grow. Through agriculture, business, and water projects God Makes It Grow aims to develop discipleship. Adria and Job have attended...  
  10. 2017-07-31 The first edition of ECHO LatinAmerica / Caribbean Notes (LACN) was well received and elicited interesting questions which we will share with you. The questions have been answered by Dexter B. Dombro, author of the article “Making Silage in Vichada”.