Get Involved

Volunteers are the life-blood of ECHO.

The ECHO Volunteer Team exists to collaborate with staff members and interns in furthering ECHO’s Mission of spreading the love of God in Word and seed. We’re helping provide lasting hope against hunger, and we couldn’t do it without you.

Work teams

Making an Impact. Together.

Each year ECHO hosts a number of short-term agricultural mission work teams. Learn more about our work team mission program or apply today!

Ambassador Program

Give them a Voice to End Hunger

Help bring ECHO to your community. With the tools and resources we provide, you can become a champion of change today.

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5 Innovative Ways to Maximize Crop Yields Sustainably

Crop yields are always an important concern for small-scale farmers. In the face of growing environmental and economic pressures, finding sustainable methods to increase crop yield is vital for success into the foreseeable future. This article …

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7 Steps to Building a Resilient Small-Scale Farm

Introduction to Farm Resilience Building a resilient small-scale farm requires more than hard work and dedication; it necessitates a strategic approach to sustainability and adaptability. This guide outlines seven key steps to ensure your farm can …

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Cultivating an Abundance

From the Global Farm to the fields of Immokalee, ECHO’s partnership with local organization “Cultivate Abundance” has produced an overflow of fresh fruits and vegetables to feed those in need and an overflow of the heart …

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Global Food and Farm Festival

Taste exotic foods, experience life in a foreign country, and explore the Global Farm, learning about food and culture in a new way. Every spring, ECHO partners with local organizations and businesses to host Southwest Florida’s premier festival focusing on sustainable living, gardening, and food.