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Finding Your Future In Food Systems Webinar Series #1 - Shared screen with speaker view
Natalie Cruz
21:42
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Natalie Cruz
21:54
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Natalie Cruz
38:13
natalielcruz@gmail.com - NAFSN Leadership Co-Chair - Feel free to email + say Hello!
Amy Christian
48:43
This is Amy Christian, managing editor of the Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development--sister program of NAFSN! I'll be sharing some articles from JAFSCD that relate to this topic. https://foodsystemsjournal.org
Nika Colley
56:31
NAFSN also offers one of the most complete job boards in food systems that we will be discussing later!
Amy Christian
58:18
An article from JAFSCD--An editorial on food systems as a profession: “A Challenging New Profession: Food Systems Development Practice,” https://doi.org/10.5304/jafscd.2014.051.017
Amy Christian
01:01:36
One way to try out academia & to share with others in food systems work is to review a book for JAFSCD. Here’s an example of a review by Aaryn Wilson, who’s attending this webinar: “Injustices Made Right: Ed Scott Jr.’s Victory in Saving the Family Farm,” https://doi.org/10.5304/jafscd.2018.083.018
Sophia Wong (she/her)
01:03:31
How many acres?
Joy Davis
01:04:24
Thank you Sophia!
Shannon Meyers
01:09:45
Can you please put your contact info in the chat?
Abigail Schaus (she/her)
01:10:17
What kind of educational materials did you find most helpful/would you recommend for those wishing to learn more about permaculture and regenerative agriculture?
Shannon Meyers
01:10:30
Thanks :)
Sophia Wong (she/her)
01:12:19
Can you talk about your beekeeping activities?
Abigail Schaus (she/her)
01:12:58
Thank you for your response!!
Shannon Meyers
01:13:03
You mentioned having a lot of different interests with writing, being outdoors, etc. Do you want to work in food systems long term or do you see yourself working in food systems long term?
Shannon Meyers
01:16:22
Thanks :) I realize that’s a loaded question being young 20s, but wanted to see what your aspirations were :)
Vera Wong
01:23:03
Where/how did you learn about Permaculture, and where would you send people to learn Permaculture?
Amy Christian
01:25:39
Nice article to Violet's point--"Gardening for change: Community giving gardens and senior food insecurity," https://doi.org/10.5304/jafscd.2021.104.030
Shannon Meyers
01:30:36
Thank you for a great webinar!
Vera Wong
01:30:36
Thank you everyone!! Great job!!!
Abigail Schaus (she/her)
01:30:40
Thank you all!!