English (en) | Change Language

Sort: Relevance | Newest first | Oldest first


9 items found (Showing 1 - 9)
  1. ECHOcommunity is a membership community that provides access to nearly all of ECHO’s resources online, as well as communications tools to help development workers connect with each other. View a list of ECHOcommunity.org features here.
     
  2. Content for login page on members.echocommunity.org This page is banned for spiders and should not be presented to the public except through www.echocommunity.org/remote/login
     
  3. Content for login page on members.echocommunity.org This page is banned for spiders and should not be presented to the public except through www.echocommunity.org/remote/register
     
  4. Frequently Asked Questions about the ECHO seed banks around the world.
     
  5. The ECHO Asia Seed Bank works to serveas a resource for development workers within Asia who wish to experiment with underutilized crops as they work to improve the lives of the poor. The seed bank maintains a collection of hard-to-find seeds that thrive under difficult growing conditions in the...
     
  6. The goal of the ECHO Global Seed Bank is to serve as a resource for development workers who wish to experiment with underutilized crops as they work to improve the lives of small scale farmers and gardeners. The seed bank maintains a collection of hard-to-find seeds that thrive under the often...  
  7. 2015-04-28 YAS Project managers Hermansyah and Anthony, along with Mr. and Mrs. Kusnadi, attended the 2011 ECHO Asia Agriculture and Community Development Conference in Thailand. Their purpose was to network with other individuals and organizations like theirs, and to learn about techniques that could be...  
  8. 2016-02-09 The elementary garden club at Dalat International School in Penang, Malaysia is reaching out to help Burmese Rohyngya refugees. The club meets once a week to learn about good gardening practices and the principles behind the hydroponics. The students have been working on a small portable...  
  9. 2020-04-08 As I walk the farm with Mr. Tuntun in rural Myanmar, I can’t help but smile as he proudly shows me the biochar he now makes and uses in his potting mix for his fruit tree seedlings. Instead of burning, he now turns his organic waste material from the farm into a valuable resource that can be used...  

Looking for more results?

Ask the community about *