David Erickson shares the damage to the ECHO Global Farm after Hurricane Irma. Dozens of trees, many of them rare and important in our training, have been destroyed. Working without power, the ECHO staff and volunteers are tirelessly trying to save as many trees as possible, and working to protect what is left standing in our research and training plots. Costs are expected to be well over $100,000 and many volunteers are needed at this time. If you can help please visit echonet.org/give or echonet.org/volunteer - THANK YOU for your support.