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CHAT BOX - Leah Ricci
01:24:47
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CHAT BOX - Leah Ricci
01:27:51
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Mark.Kopecky
01:29:14
Mark Kopecky, state agronomist with NRCS in New Mexico. Small scale farmer and long time land-lover.
Nameh (she)
01:29:40
Sacred. I feel the land like a friend, a beloved. The land is often how I feel inspired, feel myself and connect with other beings (animals, humans, plants)
CHAT BOX - Leah Ricci
01:29:40
How would you describe your relationship to the land? Add a short description of your relationship with the land here.
andrea B
01:29:41
living
Morgan MathisonSlee | (she,her,hers)
01:30:29
I am so excited to finally own land and be able to start working with the soil and producing food. ‘The land’ as an entity is my happy place and where I go to find comfort and peace.
Kathy kathyh@holisticmanagement.org
01:30:44
Mutual sustenance... foods grown on land nurture and sustain me; I work to nurture, steward and sustain the land.
NOTE TAKER Kit Brewer she/her
01:30:47
Sometime gardener, all-time mulcher and composter. Love the so-called weeds saving the soil.
Notes_Eva Stricker
01:30:52
Endlessly fascinated by the movement in ecology - biogeochemical cycles, migrations, seasons
Sensemaking - Leah Potter-Weight (she/they)
01:30:54
When I am walking outside, and connecting with nature, I feel guided by wise ones, held by a deep knowing beyond anything I know consciously, and I feel deeply embedded as a being of Mother Earth.
Emily Reno (She/her) - West Central Initiative
01:31:02
Land is my source of healing.
Lucille R. Contreras
01:31:07
The land is my relative
Karla Urata
01:31:10
admirer
GROUPMAP - Jen McSween, The Outside
01:31:14
Restorative. The land provides a place to reflect and reconnect with myself and others.
Nancy Singham
01:31:32
borrowed from future beings
wendy
01:31:33
First and foremost a steward and eater. I need water and food to survive as a human being. The food that I grow, the air that I breathe, the water that I drink come from this land. I also want to fully respect heritage.
Charlotte
01:31:38
Listening to you, I think of the smell of rain, I guess because I'm waiting for rain. We are working hard to improve our soil biology.
Adae Briones
01:31:43
Sad and painful. It's like a lost love. As an Indigenous person, we don't have access to the ancestoral lands that we now have to "sneak" and "trespass" to access.
Melanie
01:31:46
Sangre de Cristo. rooted. feeling innately connected to the land.
Ian Trupin
01:31:50
I'm a product of the land
Kevin Jablonski
01:32:05
It’s all about the health of the soil trying to always improve OM
Volunteer--Candy Thomas
01:32:07
I enable landowners to be better stewards of thief land focusing on the relationship with biology and how they can facilitate a better envious focused on the soil and the microbe s that live there
Rodrigo Sierra
01:32:10
I am part of the land
David Weight
01:32:11
Childhood memories of forest magic of the Catskills Mts, NY State
chris
01:32:24
We are the current stewards of 10 acres of a little patch of prairie in a beautiful valley and all its creatures.
Susie Hagemeister
01:32:40
Grateful for my three acres of redwoods, oaks, fruit trees and vegetable garden. I’m it’s steward.
Jan-Willem Jansens (he/his)
01:32:40
Jan-Willem Jansens: My relationship to the land is similar to relationships with human communities; I try to listen, observe, ask questions, smell, taste, do things together, talk, and organize people to do things together with land (and all that lives and grows) in ways that we learn to communicate with land in a way that is respectful and supportive of land and each other.
Sarah she/her
01:32:43
I live in a smaller mountain town and it is so beautiful, every day it blows my mind. It snowed the other day and now its sunny so today is getting me excited for winter. I work at some ranches in the Sierra Valley and I’m learning about regenerative ranching to help farmers in that area adopt some regenerative practices
Pam
01:32:48
I have felt connected to the land since I was a little. I am now realizing how much I respect it and cherish it and how it heals me. I am very excited to move into my place in honoring the land, possibly through education, production,..
Carolyn Kennedy
01:32:59
We live on the land through our community Acequia. The people, the culture, the water, and the orchards and gardens are a source of great solace.
Kathleen Morris
01:33:13
it is a relationship to land, like a marriage the relationship grows with effort & work, giving, taking, keeping the relationship in balance
Casey France- Volunteer
01:33:14
Growing up in coastal Maine, playing in the deep woods on our property. The smells and sounds are vivid in my memories, intertwined in my genetic makeup.
VOLUNTEER_SUZANNA (she/they)
01:33:26
Both a friend and a stranger. Also a place of healing and learning.
(VOLUNTEER) Eric Roig
01:33:29
Deeply healing and connecting. It encompasses all that I am
Emily Cornell
01:33:32
I am a steward of the land, a product of the land, a contributor to the land. The land, the cattle, and I are one out here in Wagon Mound.
John Kretzmann
01:33:43
The land is a part of me and us. We don't exist outside of or separate from the earth, a spiritual being.
CHAT BOX - Leah Ricci
01:34:41
Presenter bios:
CHAT BOX - Leah Ricci
01:34:42
https://quiviracoalition.org/aubrey-streit-krug/
CHAT BOX - Leah Ricci
01:36:59
https://quiviracoalition.org/Sierra-Corona/
Sommer Sibilly-Brown, VIGFC
01:37:30
yes
CHAT BOX - Leah Ricci
01:40:00
https://quiviracoalition.org/valerie-small/
CHAT BOX - Leah Ricci
01:46:55
https://quiviracoalition.org/darrell-oswald/
GROUPMAP - Jen McSween, The Outside
01:51:34
Within the work you do, who do you work with and what collaborations do you support/foster? How do these contribute to land restoration and resilience?
Co-host: Sarah Wentzel-Fisher
01:53:10
Speakers will invite questions after they’ve spoken, we welcome questions in the chat box as they arise.
Staff--Peter Williams
01:55:38
BIA=Bureau of Indian Affairs, a bureau within the US Department of Interior (federal)
David Weight
01:56:57
In your projects, are there discussions about planting trees vs natural regeneration?
Shannon Maes
01:59:37
Can you tell us the name of that paper again please?
Staff--Peter Williams
02:00:47
Shannon—we’ll get that for you. Thx for flagging!
Sensemaking - Leah Potter-Weight (she/they)
02:01:52
Factors that support Indigenous involvement in multi-actor environmental stewardship: https://cpb-us-e1.wpmucdn.com/sites.dartmouth.edu/dist/9/52/files/2012/10/Reo-et-al-factors-supporting-Indigenous-participationALTERNATIVE2017.pdf
Shannon Maes
02:02:17
Thank you!
Sensemaking - Leah Potter-Weight (she/they)
02:05:02
<3 <3 <3 yes!! Thank you!!
Sensemaking - Leah Potter-Weight (she/they)
02:05:50
CARE WORKDreaming Disability Justice https://arsenalpulp.com/Books/C/Care-Work
Sensemaking - Leah Potter-Weight (she/they)
02:06:22
Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha
Sensemaking - Leah Potter-Weight (she/they)
02:07:48
That book is also available at our conference bookstore, conference attendees get free shipping!
Sensemaking - Leah Potter-Weight (she/they)
02:07:49
https://www.bkwrks.com/book/9781551527383
Sensemaking - Leah Potter-Weight (she/they)
02:08:19
code: FREESHIPPING
Valerie
02:11:21
Natural regeneration is often not possible in the ecosystems we work, particularly in the Southwest with high intensity fires that have reduced specific tree species beyond their ability to regenerate naturally.
GROUPMAP - Jen McSween, The Outside
02:11:30
What impact has the changing climate already had and how you are adapting to the new normal?
Co-host: Sarah Wentzel-Fisher
02:28:11
We welcome questions you have in the chat box!
CHAT BOX - Leah Ricci
02:29:27
A question that came in from a participant on audio only: Darrell, do you work with the Johnson-Su Bioreactor and in collaboration with David Johnson from University of New Mexico? And if so what are the benefits you’re seeing from that collaboration?
John Kretzmann
02:30:07
For Rodrigo: Are perennial native species returning under your grazing management?
Ashley Rood
02:31:32
For Darrell, How long has the demonstration farm taken this holistic soil health approach? And how did you build the interest and will within the district to take this approach? What advice to you have for others interested in seeing this model replicated in other states?
Co-host: Sarah Wentzel-Fisher
02:33:46
In your projects, are there discussions about planting trees vs natural regeneration?
Brenn Scott - NAP Apprentice
02:34:43
Can we please get a copy of that list of reading material on Darrell’s last slide?
Co-host Bronagh Gallagher
02:36:26
For Rodrigo: Are perennial native species returning under your grazing management?
David Weight
02:36:34
Thanks Val!
Sensemaking - Leah Potter-Weight (she/they)
02:36:53
Brenn, sure thing! We’ll plan to post all those slides and materials onto the Virtual Conference Center within the next few days
Sensemaking - Leah Potter-Weight (she/they)
02:36:54
https://event.crowdcompass.com/regenerate2020
Brenn Scott - NAP Apprentice
02:37:06
Thanks, Leah!
Co-host: Sarah Wentzel-Fisher
02:37:46
For Darrell, How long has the demonstration farm taken this holistic soil health approach? And how did you build the interest and will within the district to take this approach? What advice to you have for others interested in seeing this model replicated in other states?
Jan-Willem Jansens (he/his)
02:38:14
For all speakers: How can we bring our conversation and insights to people who are not part of our circle? How can we bring the regenerative approach "across the fence"?
Co-host Bronagh Gallagher
02:38:42
Great question, Jan-Willem!
Jan-Willem Jansens (he/his)
02:40:28
For Valerie: In your introductory presentation, you introduced us to your philosophy, in which you presented a dichotomy such as regenerative vs. sustainable. Why such a division rather than seeking integration of these concepts?
NOTE TAKER Kit Brewer she/her
02:43:39
May we have the link to crowd map now?
GROUPMAP - Jen McSween, The Outside
02:43:57
GroupMap Link: https://join.groupmap.com/971-963-6DB
Sensemaking - Leah Potter-Weight (she/they)
02:44:47
As sensemaker, I’ll be bopping around breakouts hearing snippets here and there to further our conference collecting of themes and key takeaways, don’t be surprised to see me jump in and out!
BREAKOUT ROOMS, Tyler Eshleman (he/his)
02:44:49
When you arrive in your breakout room, please take the first couple minutes to introduce yourselves (name and where you’re from), identify the VOLUNTEER as they are responsible for sharing their screen and putting your group’s response(s) into GroupMap. If there is no VOLUNTEER in your breakout room, please nominate someone to take on this role.Enjoy your conversation and please use the last 5 mins (we’ll let you know!) to add your response(s) to GroupMap.
Co-host: Sarah Wentzel-Fisher
02:46:17
how could deepening my relationship with different people strengthen my work on the land?
Staff--Peter Williams
03:06:53
How can we bring the regenerative approach “across the fence”?
Staff--Peter Williams
03:07:42
Speak in a kind way, avoid being judgmental, be engaged—Rodrigo
NOTE TAKER Kit Brewer she/her
03:07:52
We need to walk in the other person's shoes . . . talk in a kind way, not being overly judgmental, being engaged.
NOTE TAKER Kit Brewer she/her
03:08:42
an ethos of ongoing learning
Christina Allday-Bondy
03:08:59
Playing off Thanksgiving Dinner….share something grown regeneratively with your neighbor. Share how excited you are about what you are learning and something about what challenges you……..
NOTE TAKER Kit Brewer she/her
03:09:34
invite people to have first-hand experiences
NOTE TAKER Kit Brewer she/her
03:09:43
have courage and stick with it
Staff--Peter Williams
03:09:59
Check your own intention: are you there to learn or teach/preach? Invite people into experiences, hands-on; have courage and stick with it, not as a heroic individual—Aubrey
NOTE TAKER Kit Brewer she/her
03:10:14
have heart, be there for oneself and other people
Kathy kathyh@holisticmanagement.org
03:10:35
I love the concept of "perennial relationships"!
Rodrigo Sierra
03:10:46
And, listen, listen, listen
NOTE TAKER Kit Brewer she/her
03:12:02
Leave the door open . . . eventually they'll walk through it. Darrell
Staff--Peter Williams
03:13:02
Principles of soil health are universal; its all about the information and education, open-door policy to invite others to walk through and join a safe place for discussion; and its about collaboration and developing insights from and with those who see things differently, remembering that some of our own strengths are also our weaknesses—Darrell
Staff--Peter Williams
03:15:14
Connect community members, especially youth, the ambassadors to and of tomorrow, to engage the broader community and take on on-the-ground projects—Valerie
kathy morris
03:15:28
thanks!!
Jan-Willem Jansens (he/his)
03:15:33
Thank you all!
Darrell.Oswald
03:16:45
I appreciate the opportunity to participate. Thanks Panel. Thanks everyone.
Staff--Peter Williams
03:16:55
Great discussion and questions, with thanks to all the panelists and to everyone who joined. Cheers!
CHAT BOX - Leah Ricci
03:17:05
Gather: https://story-spaces.com/events/gather-qihql0
Shannon Maes
03:17:13
Thank you everyone!