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The Climate Literacy Collaborative Presents: Food Choices as a Climate Solution - Shared screen with speaker view
Jessica Gorman (she/her)
22:54
Jessica from Ross Park Zoo, zooming in from Syracuse, NY
Michelle N. (she/her)
24:01
Michelle with the SF-Marin Food Bank in the Bay Area
Laura Castellini - National Park Service (she/her)
24:28
Laura Castellini with the National Park Service at Golden Gate National Recreation Area
Heidi Zamzow
25:15
Heidi Zamzow, PhD student in behavioural science at the London School of Economics - studying just this subject!
Heidi Zamzow
26:52
Also still affiliated with the Monterey Bay Aquarium, right down the road from you 🙂
Laura Castellini - National Park Service (she/her)
29:56
Here's the link!https://www.marinemammalcenter.org/science-conservation/conservation/climate-change/climate-literacy-collaborative
Adam Ratner (he/him)
36:07
tinyurl.com/CLCFood2022
Linda Mayo
39:45
support local farmers
Jake Weinberger
39:50
Getting to know the local farmers is awesome!
Jessica Gorman (she/her)
39:51
access to locally grown foods, sometimes cheaper than grocery store
Laura Castellini - National Park Service (she/her)
39:51
Fresh, seasonal food at its peak!
Nancy Lim
39:52
To get fresh, local produce. To get to know local farmers.
Katy Papoulias (she/her)
39:52
I like feeling connected to the food & people in my area
Michelle N. (she/her)
40:03
support local farmers, easier to reduce waste
juliamegna
40:04
We want locally grown food, lessen carbon footprint
Jen Charette
40:04
Also support local farmers, reduce environmental footprint
Adam Ratner (he/him)
01:01:29
If you have any questions for Tiffany, please feel free to put them in the Q and A box at the bottom of the screen
Adam Ratner (he/him)
01:02:29
To explore resources, or add resources related to food solutions, you can add them to our living document at tinyurl.com/CLCFood2022
Jessica Gorman (she/her)
01:03:02
going off what Tiffany mentioned, I found this resource to search local farmer's markets/csas/etc https://www.localharvest.org/
Adam Ratner (he/him)
01:04:58
Thank you for sharing LocalHarvest.org, Jessica. These are exactly the types of tools we hope to share out with everyone so that is easier for folks to get involved in these amazing solutions
Katy Papoulias (she/her)
01:21:08
I have to hop off to another meeting, but thank you Adam, Tiffany, and Anneliese for sharing your excellent work and for the resources you've provided!
Jackie Enberg (she/her) Assiniboine Park Zoo
01:26:06
I see photos of younger children. What about High school ages? Do you see programs like this for older students?
Jake Weinberger
01:26:12
Anneliese - Really like how you do include properly raised animal products in this program. Do you know if the livestock are raised on a rotational grazing farm (which reduces emissions)?
Jake Weinberger
01:31:00
For both - what has been some limitations to the programs?
Jake Weinberger
01:35:42
Thank you both!
Adam Ratner (he/him)
01:36:17
To add your ideas and solutions: https://tinyurl.com/CLCFood2022
Adam Ratner (he/him)
01:36:57
Evaluation: https://tinyurl.com/CLCJune2022
Linda Mayo
01:39:21
Thank you all very much for your hard work, expertise and dedication!
juliamegna
01:39:27
Amazing! I appreciate all of the good ideas, practices and inspiration from each of you.
Jackie Enberg (she/her) Assiniboine Park Zoo
01:39:31
Thank you!
Ariel Hunter
01:39:33
Thank you so much, this was a great experience!
Nancy Lim
01:39:35
Thank you!
Tiffany Chung, Foodwise
01:39:44
Thanks everyone!!
Michelle N. (she/her)
01:39:48
Thank you Adam, Tiffany, and Anneliese! Such great info!
Anneliese Tanner
01:39:54
Thanks!
Laura Castellini - National Park Service (she/her)
01:40:08
Such great info!