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Finding Your Future in Food Systems Webinar Series #2 - Shared screen with speaker view
Natalie Cruz
36:13
Leadership Co-Chair of NAFSN: Natalielcruz@gmail.com - Please feel free to email me with any questions about membership! :)
Joy Davis
50:32
Hello everyone, please send any questions you have for Yeun in the chat. We will be introducing Clayton Garrett from Agmenity soon next!
Ingrid Zhou
51:30
Hi Yeun, what is the most challenging part for your job?
Sara Bond
51:55
What set you apart in the interview process for this roll?
Shannon Meyers
51:58
Do you think it’s important to get your masters for future employment?
Joseph Godwin
53:19
Is there a lot of money that needs to be allocated in order to keep the farmers market prices affordable or is largely self sustaining?
Nika Colley
01:04:18
Please send any questions for Clayton!
Amy Christian
01:05:13
Following up on Yeun's sharing about Fresh Approach, the Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development (https://foodsystemsjournal.org) has published many, many articles about food security, farmers markets, food waste, surplus, etc.
Sam Streukens
01:07:46
How do you convince a developer to choose a farm over residential/commercial?
Ingrid Zhou
01:08:17
Could you describe a project that excites you the most?
Joseph Godwin
01:08:22
Have there been major unforeseen setbacks in the development stage of any of your projects?
Joseph Godwin
01:09:26
Do you think this model is applicable in lower income communities?
Shannon Meyers
01:09:49
Do you do any indoor farms?
Elizabeth McMillan-McCartney
01:11:09
Are any family farms changed into these communities? Do the workers/staff live in these communities?
NAFSN
01:13:38
Elizabeth, you may be interested in SILT’s work in Iowa. NAFSN hosted a webinar with Suzan Erem a few months ago. You can find it here: https://www.foodsystemsnetwork.org/webinars
Amy Christian
01:15:11
To reflect on Agmentity's work, JAFSCD has "community development" in its name, so a search for "neighborhood" brings up lots of results. https://foodsystemsjournal.org
Amy Christian
01:20:03
JAFSCD's first issue was on "growing new farmers"!https://www.foodsystemsjournal.org/index.php/fsj/issue/view/2
Joy Davis
01:26:03
Please send any questions you have for Michelle!
Kristen Thompson (they/she)
01:28:07
What are some of the approaches you’ve taken to supporting young farmers that have been most successful?
Kristen Thompson (they/she)
01:29:22
What are the processes you undergo to help figure out how to address these structural barriers and issues?
Joseph Godwin
01:30:13
Are the farmers that work with the Young Farmer Coalition more on the agroecology side? What do you think of mainstream agronomic practices?
Michelle Hughes
01:33:47
Please come back to see Tiffany from NSAC! Thank you all for the space.
Rachel Lowry (she/her)
01:33:49
Thank you to all speakers!
Shannon Meyers
01:33:58
Thank you!
Yeun Byun
01:34:02
Thank you all!
Kristen Thompson (they/she)
01:34:09
Thank you!
Maya Johnso
01:34:22
Thank you!