Fighting hunger around the world from Southwest Florida

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NORTH FORT MYERS, Fla. –  Hunger impacts more than 900 million people around the world. Since the 1970s, ECHO has been fighting hunger by educating the public and researching sustainable ways to farm and cook.

Situated on more than 50 acres in North Fort Myers, the farm grows their own produce in a variety of unique ways and is constantly researching new and improving old methods for urban or impoverished parts of the world.

Various animals also call the ECHO Farm home. Staff work to raise pigs, rabbits, chickens and ducks. Researching different ways to fight hunger, even utilizing the animals waste to help compost other pants and help them grow and flourish in a sustainable way.

Tours of ECHO are given every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday starting at 10:00 a.m. tour admission is $10 for adults and $5 for children.

To learn more about ECHO and help support the fight against hunger around the world, click here. ECHO is located at 17391 Durrance Road in North Fort Myers,

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