This publication presents technical "how to" information based on Peace Corps experience in development work in a format and language appropriate to field workers without previous specialized training.
This folder contains useful information on being self-sufficient with such topics as making a garden, growing trees, food processing, simple stove, animal care,sanitation and providing clean water. page numbers for each section, illustrations
This source book by definition is of a somewhat general nature dealing with a preservation technology rather than particular products. It aims to offer advice on the appropriate use of the sun's energy, biomass, and fossil fuels for crop and food drying.
This publication covers the four topics most important in the design and operation of a drying system, namely: drying requirements, consumer acceptance, heat and mass transfer, and heat sources. The majority of the papers deal with the scientist'ls particular research and, therefore, do not...
This publication presents an introduction to the basic theories of solar drying and outlines the principal operating features of the main solar dryer designs, including a detailed description of the construction and operation of the three most common dryer types. It provides guidelines on...
ECHOcommunity.org is the online collaborative membership community of ECHO, an international nonprofit organization. ECHO exists to reduce hunger and improve lives through agricultural training and resources. Working through 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 resources include a vast knowledgebase of practical information, experienced technical support and an extensive seed bank focused on highly beneficial underutilized plants.
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