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Policy Forum: All In For Parks Day 1 - Shared screen with speaker view
Sydney Little
03:55
That is correct.
Adrienne Underwood
07:18
Good morning everyone! Thank you for joining us today. We will get started in a moment, but for now, please introduce yourselves and your organization here in the chat. Please also list the Native American land you are joining from. If you don’t know, you can find it here: https://native-land.ca/
Gae Henry
08:28
Gae Henry, Clearlake, CA ... active at Anderson Marsh SHP in beautiful Lake County
Adrienne Underwood
08:41
Adrienne Underwood, California State Parks Foundation, joining from Nisenan land in Sacramento
Gae Henry
09:05
Gae Henry ... Po
Gae Henry
09:16
Pomo
linda locklin
09:19
Linda Locklin, California Coastal Commission, Santa Cruz
Kate Litzky
09:28
Thank you for joining us today for the 2020 Policy Forum: All In For Parks!
Jamee Patterson
09:47
Hello to all! Jamee Jordan Patterson, SDAG
Randy Widera
09:54
Randy Widera, California State Parks Foundation, Awaswas lands
Rachel Norton
09:59
Rachel Norton, Executive Director of California State Parks Foundation, from Ramaytush Ohlone ancestral lands in San Francisco.
Lexie Gritlefeld
10:32
Lexie Gritlefeld, California Outdoor Recreation Partnership
Kindley Lawlor
11:36
Kindley Walsh Lawlor, Parks California
Kate Litzky
11:43
Please take a moment to type your name and organization into the chat feature. Please also list the Native American land you are on. If you do not know, you can view it here: https://native-land.ca/
Henry Bornstein
12:00
Hello from Anderson Marsh State Historic Park in beautiful Lake County. Anderson Marsh State Historic Park, located on the land of the Koi tribe of Pomo speaking peoples.
Jill Sanford
12:24
Jill Sanford, Sierra business council. calling in from the incredible land of the Washoe people.
Briana Puzzo
13:08
Briana Puzzo, Anza-Borrego Foundation. ABDSP is ancestral land of the Cahuilla and Kumeyaay people
Bethany Facendini
13:08
Sonoma County Regional Parks, Bethany Facendini Coast Me-wok and Southern Pomo
Stephen Myers
13:30
Stephen Myers, Environmental & Energy Consulting. Our office is on Nisenan land and I live on Miwok land.
Katie Hawkins
13:54
Katie Hawkins, Outdoor Alliance - calling in from the ancestral land of the Washoe people
Traci Verardo-Torres
14:20
Traci Verardo-Torres of TVT Consulting, on lands of the Miwok people.
John Mott
14:59
John Mott, California State Park Rangers Association, Nisenan
Catherine Fisher
15:08
Catherine Fisher, Board Chair of the California State Parks Foundation, joining from the Ohlone lands
Samuel Roberts
15:39
Samuel Roberts, State Interpreter calling in from Santa Cruz (Ohlone Popeloutchom)
Samantha Omana
16:24
Samantha Omana, Assemblymember Monique Limon on the land of the Miwok people
Kate Wheeler
17:22
Morning everyone - Kate Wheeler, Crystal Cove Conservancy, Acjachemen/Tongva
Jamee Patterson
17:34
Holly - I am not seeing your slide show advance. Just see the first page (2020 State Park Poll). Jamee Jordan Patterson, Kumeyaay
Henry Bornstein
17:40
I'm not seeing a slide presentation that is advancing. Is that intended?
Bruce Hilbach-Barger
17:54
Bruce Hilbach-Barger, Humboldt Redwoods Interpretive Association- Home: Yuki and Round Valley Indian Tribes (federation); Parks: Sinkyone, Wailaki
Rebecca Johnson
18:54
Good morning-Rebecca Johnson, California Academy of Sciences-Yelamu-Ohlone Lands (San Francisco)
Rachel Norton
18:58
Henry, we're looking into it
Henry Bornstein
19:21
NO
Samuel Roberts
19:49
Try stop share, present it, and then share it again
Joan Fine
21:12
Joan Fine, California State Parks in Sacramento (Nisenan land)
Jamee Patterson
22:33
Not seeing the video, only seeing the slide show. Jamee
Samuel Roberts
23:31
How was the research conducted?
Adrienne Underwood
23:35
Hi James, to see the video of the speaker you may need to exit full screen or change your view settings
Gae Henry
24:41
Wondering why one slide listed "republicans" & not other political parties or no political parties .. seemed unusual. why was it like this?
Syd Brown
24:50
Syd Brown, from Sierra Gold Parks Foundation, supporting Empire Mine SHP, South Yuba River SP and Malakoff Diggins SHP.
Jamee Patterson
24:56
Thanks, got it fixed. Jamee
Adrienne Underwood
25:03
Samuel Roberts, the polling was conducted by phone and online, in English and Spanish between the dates of August 30 - September 1, 2020
Rachel Norton
25:58
Gae, we picked out tidbits from the full results. Of course the full results have responses from all political parties, or at least those meaningfully represented in the sample.
Lesford Duncan
29:03
Wooooooo! San Diego rockstar Maria!
Emily Young
29:29
So great to hear from an Outdoor Outreach alum!!
Nooshin Razani
31:29
That was beautiful, thank you for your remarks Maria
Rachel Norton
32:19
So meaningful to hear from Ms. Mendez Arroyo on the importance of bequeathing responsibility for the land to the next generation. Thank you Maria!
Briana Puzzo
32:38
Thank you for sharing your story, Maria!
Katie Hawkins
33:01
Beautiful Maria!
Catherine Fisher
46:53
Your words are inspirational, Mr. Quintero! Welcome, and we are so happy to partner with you.
Bruce Hilbach-Barger
52:15
We are the keepers of the dreamscapes of not just Californians but people throughout the world. From the Southern California beaches to the cliffs of Big Sur, from the Redwood Cathedrals to Lake Tahoe, millions of people rely on our care for these lands.
Rachel Norton
55:17
Director Quintero, thank you so much for your remarks!!! we are so thrilled to have you here!
Randy Widera
55:18
Thank you Director Quintero!
Lesford Duncan
57:23
Thank you for your leadership and great vision for the future of our parks system!
Bruce Hilbach-Barger
01:00:52
Yes, inspiring!
Justin Lindenberg
01:09:40
how does the 30% EO work - how much % land is already protected?
Rebecca Johnson
01:11:01
I also am curious if the 30% includes only land protected by the state? Or federal lands as well? And how do we defined ‘protected’?
Nooshin Razani
01:18:29
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0091743520302899?dgcid=author
Nooshin Razani
01:22:02
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0092867420310126
Director Armando Quintero
01:23:15
To Rebecca’s question about 30%. We (the Resources Agency) are currently working on both the definition and assessment of lands in terms of Biodiversity and Habitat.
Rebecca Johnson
01:24:09
Thank you so much, Director Quintero. Looking forward to working with all of you to achieve the goals of the EO.
Liz Westbrook
01:24:21
Increased funding to build and maintain trails and regional trails for healing, exercise and developing a love and respect of nature.
Kate Litzky
01:24:23
What are big, out of the box ideas to meet the needs of parks and Californians?
Bruce Hilbach-Barger
01:24:50
One of our team members is a retired epidemiologist. We have been assisting our partner schools to look at outdoor education and the health impacts.
Nooshin Razani
01:25:02
Thank you for that link John Roney
Rebecca Johnson
01:28:00
Thank you all! Dr. Razani, I’m looking forward to reading this paper. Do you know of any studies that look specifically at biodiversity in parks and health?
Nooshin Razani
01:29:51
Dear Rebecca - yes, from biodiversity in the gut (microbiome), to more macro level
Megan Cooper
01:30:26
The idea that parks could receive funding from health insurance companies as part of a nature prescription blew my mind. How would that work? Thanks!
Gae Henry
01:35:12
I'm crying happy tears "I didn't know I lived here"
Marcia Beck
01:37:59
Watersheds provide a unifying theme!
Bruce Hilbach-Barger
01:39:56
Awesome panel.
Andrew Kives
01:40:08
I am part of a volunteer group that operates one of the state parks. The value of our financial and labor is nearly $500,000 per year. I think many of the state parks have the potential for support at that level. I would be interested in ideas about how the department could increase administrative and financial support for volunteers.
Rebecca Johnson
01:41:20
Yes, Mayra! Thank you all for you work and sharing your thoughts today!
Liz Westbrook
01:41:42
Amen to park corridors!!!!!
Nooshin Razani
01:41:54
nooshin.razani@ucsf.edu
Nooshin Razani
01:42:01
If anyone wants to reach me!
Lesford Duncan
01:42:05
Excellent panel discussion! Thank you all for your powerful contributions to this work.
Joseph Edmiston
01:42:13
Assemblymember Kalra's comments are right on point. Thank you for AB 3030.
Henry Bornstein
01:42:36
A wonderful panel. Thanks to all of you for your work and your ideas.
Jamee Patterson
01:42:52
This has been a wonderful program, great panel and wonderful ideas. Thank you! Jamee Jordan Patterson
Kathleen Lee
01:42:53
Excellent and inspiring discussions today! Looking forward to implementing some of these ideas within our Parks and Open Spaces! Green time to counter screen time is so necessary!
John Mott
01:43:01
Excellent panel! Inspiring and challenging ideas!
Adrienne Underwood
01:43:01
If anything you heard today inspired you, please share them online with the #AllinForParks! We will be hosting a Twitter party at 2pm. Hope to see you there! https://www.calparks.org/policyforum/twitterparty
Bri Fordem
01:43:08
Thank you all! Inspiring discussion. Wonderful to hear more about the work that is being done.
Adrienne Underwood
01:43:32
Thank you to everyone for your comments in the chat about your great work. Very inspiring and creative ideas.
Bri Fordem
01:44:13
Park Corridors!! YEsssss!!! Let's make it happen.