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NAFSN Finding Your Future In Food Systems Webinar #3 - Shared screen with speaker view
Natalie Cruz
26:32
hey guys
Natalie Cruz
26:38
I'm on mute
Natalie Cruz
26:43
and can't unmute
Natalie Cruz
26:59
sure.
Natalie Cruz
27:11
yep! I'm on my phone
Natalie Cruz
29:48
Natalie Cruz - Leadership Co-Chair - natalielcruz@gmail.com
Natalie Cruz
30:06
Please feel free to say hello or ask questions
Carmen Holmes
44:04
how are you funded
Jayelle Hoffman
45:21
within the resturant do you prioritize hiring as a tool for vocational training, folks experiencing housing instability, or formerly incarcerated individuals?
Ron Pringle
50:21
AWESOMESAUCE Maggie!
Maggie Kane
50:41
Nah, yall are ROCKSTARS!
Molly Harrold
52:58
👏👏👏👏
Carmen Holmes
56:16
are you training the population to grow. if so are you teaching how to use added value products for economic growth
Carmen Holmes
59:45
thank you
Carmen Holmes
01:01:49
well done.
Amy Christian, JAFSCD
01:03:11
Amy Christian here, managing editor of the Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development (open access--free to all!). To read about research on work like what Richard is doing, go to https://foodsystemsjournal.org and search for terms like "community garden" or "urban agriculture" or "school garden."
Carmen Holmes
01:03:46
urban farmers all over are faced with so many issues. what is the main concern in your area
Jayelle Hoffman
01:05:13
How do we bridge the gap between urban and rural agriculture and make sure our discourse is inclusive?
Carmen Holmes
01:06:37
great form
Jayelle Hoffman
01:06:42
thank you
Amy Christian, JAFSCD
01:06:51
A great way to bridge urban and rural is to work on food systems issues on a regional scale. An excellent new report is "A Regional Imperative: The Case for Regional Food Systems." Discussion version of the paper is at http://www.lysoncenter.org/index.php/publications/a-regional-imperative-report
Amy Christian, JAFSCD
01:13:55
Thanks to Ron for referring to the food systems framework. See the JAFSCD article "A global food systems framework for pandemic prevention, response, and recovery" at https://doi.org/10.5304/jafscd.2021.102.015
Amy Christian, JAFSCD
01:15:23
JAFSCD has published 166 articles with the keywords "food security"! https://foodsystemsjournal.org
Nika Colley
01:16:50
We encourage you to ask questions for Ron at this point!
Grace McVay
01:18:16
What ways did you work to teach community members to use fresh locally grown produce? We are currently experiencing that issue with the garden to food pantry program at my university and looking for possible solutions.
Carmen Holmes
01:18:27
when you find a qualified person what does your organization do to keep good person
Grace McVay
01:19:13
oops my internet cut out, could someone type it in the chat for me
Richard Morris
01:19:33
Are the community members who run your gardens low-wealth and if so, how did you get them started and how do you support them?
NAFSN
01:19:53
@Grace McVay https://charliecart.org/
Grace McVay
01:19:59
Thank you!
Kim Hines
01:20:08
I’m such a Charlie Cart fan too!!! Great to hear the shout out.
Carmen Holmes
01:21:54
I teach people the nutritional value of the food and then how to use them. a apple a day keeps the doctor away. making food that medicine
Carmen Holmes
01:23:03
thanks for a great response
Amy Christian, JAFSCD
01:25:44
JAFSCD has published 34 articles with the keywords "community assessment"! https://foodsystemsjournal.org. One article is "Assessing a Local Food System: The Palouse-Clearwater Food Coalition Assessment Process" at https://doi.org/10.5304/jafscd.2019.08C.008
Cush Cuthbertson
01:26:31
Hi, thank you so much for being here and sharing. My question is what are some of the obstacles in your work?
Cush Cuthbertson
01:30:34
such insightful responses, thank you!!
Ron Pringle
01:31:01
Thank you all for allowing me to be a part!
Amy Christian, JAFSCD
01:31:17
Really great to hear from all the speakers!
Richard Morris
01:31:35
Thanks everyone!
Grace McVay
01:32:35
thank you!