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Tribal Food Sovereignty Biweekly Call - Shared screen with speaker view
Samantha LFA
11:26
Hi everyone, thank you joining us today! Please feel free to introduce yourself here.
Kenneth Steel
12:12
Hi everyone! Kenneth Steel with Pinnacle Prevention/the Arizona Food Systems Network
Sean Ryan
12:23
Hi Everyone. Sean Ryan, NAU, FEWSION for Community Resilience Program.
Donna Benn
12:24
Donna Benn - Partnership with Native Americans
michael spielman
13:20
Hello. Mike Spielman- Verde Valley School Farm
John Howard
13:29
Hi Everyone. John Howard, UofA, Co-founder Tucson Food Project, and co-owner Mission Coffee Imports.
Raye Winch
13:53
Greetings! Raye Winch, Community Food Bank based in Tucson, good to be with you all.
Adriana Fitts
14:49
Adriana Fitts after school program/garden coordinator for Native American Advancement Foundation
Feather Sprengeler
14:50
Hello, Feather Sprengeler, White Mountain Apache Tribe First Things First Regional Director and part of the White Mountain Apache Children Food Security Committee. Great to be with you all here. :)
Emerson Jones
15:02
Hi Emerson Jones, Spring Valley, AZ
Padgley Gonzales
15:08
Hi everyone! Padgley Gonzales- Western Region Technical Assistance Specialist with the Intertribal Agriculture Council (www.indianag.org)
Sharla Strong
15:41
Hello everyone, Sharla Strong, Swette Center for Sustainable Food Systems, ASU.
Kathleen Frank
16:38
Greetings everyone from the Center for American Indian Economic Development within the WA Franke College of Business, Economic Policy Institute at NAU. This is Kathleen Frank, Program Manager.
Galaxy A51
17:33
hello to all!... Robert Stone, Gila River Indian Community Farmer/Gardener/Culture & Traditions...
Kenneth Steel
17:55
Norman's Wedding Venue: https://wellingtonranch.com/
Kenneth Steel
18:05
https://www.facebook.com/WellingtonRanchAZ/
Tristan Kitch
24:32
If anyone is interested, Arizona Food Bank Network has a program called Friends of the Farm where we purchase from small- to medium-sized farms and get that food to food banks in our network. If you are interested, you can learn more here: https://azfoodbanks.org/azfbn-programs/friends-of-the-farm/ or email me at tristan@azfoodbanks.org
Naomi Bishop
27:23
do you irrigate?
John Howard
28:47
Have you had any issues requesting access to the water?
Cara
29:27
Has he been limited on irrigating due to drought. Like the Farmers in NM irrigating with the Rio Grande?
Cynthia Valenzuela
29:56
hello im sorry for bring late My name is cynthia Valenzuela I Work with the Pascua Yaqui tribe
Dotty Spears
30:03
I worked with youth programming on Salt River for quite a few years. Ken Singh was a great resource for us. Thank you for mentioning him. He would invite the Salt River youth for a tour of his composting farm. And he would donate his compost to the gardens that we were working. I think if you start working in the garden with kids at an early age, it will develop their love for growing and working the land.
Paul Fulginiti
31:16
for young people, how do we help grow an understanding of food sovereignty?
Kristy Peshlakai
39:39
Thank you Norman.
Sean Ryan
39:51
Thank you Norman!
Adriana Fitts
40:10
Thank you Norman.
Kodee Goseyun
41:48
Yes!
Samantha LFA
42:41
Norman's Venue: https://wellingtonranch.com/https://www.facebook.com/WellingtonRanchAZ/
Donna Benn
47:01
Normans email: norman.wellington48@yahoo.com
Danielle Corral
48:25
Steven Newcomb has done work towards making that doctrine more well known
Danielle Corral
48:44
Still being used today for lands under dispute
Danielle Corral
50:42
Do you ever teach in terms of “regenerative” agriculture which is based off of indigenous wisdom/ways?
Danielle Corral
50:57
Also more and more funding coming for that type of ag
Danielle Corral
52:30
Can you put link to that in chat?
Samantha LFA
53:59
Here is the site for Michael’s report: https://nativeamericanagriculturefund.org/reports/
Samantha LFA
54:37
Lots of other good resources and information from his organization: https://nativeamericanagriculturefund.org/
Danielle Corral
54:42
Great, thanks!
Adriana Fitts
56:56
Thank you.
Brooke Lipsitz
56:59
Thank you, Michael! Great presentation, and I look forward to reading the shared reports.
Danielle Corral
57:48
Focus on more than the soils, depends on the org
Paul Fulginiti
57:59
Thank You
Danielle Corral
58:40
https://www.regenagalliance.org
Danielle Corral
01:00:34
Great to hear
Danielle Corral
01:01:05
https://www.regenagalliance.org/blog/what-is-regenerative-agriculture
Kodee Goseyun
01:01:27
Thank you for the information!
Padgley Gonzales
01:01:34
IAC’s Reg[N]ation Seal mentioned for AIF producers: https://www.indianag.org/regenation
Paul Fulginiti
01:01:52
is there a history of tribes expecting or requiring members to participate in farming for membership
Danielle Corral
01:01:57
Thanks, Padgley
Danielle Corral
01:04:00
Great presentation/discussion by Norma and Michael, thank you!
Danielle Corral
01:06:08
Great answer, Michael
Kristy Peshlakai
01:06:33
Thank you.
Sean Ryan
01:06:57
Thank you Michael!
Cherilyn Yazzie
01:06:57
th
Brooke Lipsitz
01:07:00
Really good conversation. I especially appreciate the respect shown to each other when speaking to different ideologies. Thank you so much for another great presentation.
John Howard
01:07:04
Thank you Everyone!
Tristan Kitch
01:07:41
This was a very good conversation--very insightful, thank you all so much!
Cherilyn Yazzie
01:07:46
Thank you to everyone, have a great rest of your day.
Kelley Villa
01:07:50
www.azfsn.org
Galaxy A51
01:08:08
thank you both for presentations, good dialog!
Cynthia Valenzuela
01:08:42
Thank you everyone for all your insightful information.
Emerson Jones
01:08:45
Thank you Norman and Michael. Wonderful perspectives. Inspiring!
Samantha LFA
01:09:07
Agriculture Workforce Listening Sessions9/23, 9/30, 10/7
Kenneth Steel
01:09:38
Good Food Film Series: https://www.goodfoodfinderaz.com/good-food-film-programNow free for tribal members! Email Sam at Samantha@localfirstaz.com
Kathleen Frank
01:09:49
Thank you.
Feather Sprengeler
01:09:59
Thank you :)
Padgley Gonzales
01:10:04
Thank you!