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Food Systems Network Leadership Retreat Informational Call - Shared screen with speaker view
Anna Chotzen
06:38
Anna Chotzen & Katherine Myrvold, Viva Farms, Washington State
Patrick Connors
06:38
Patrick Connors, The Farm School — Orange, Ma.
Kim Allen
06:42
Hi ! Kim Allen from California. Canter for Applied Human Ecology.
Ellie Angerame
07:00
Hey folks - Ellie from Green Village Initiative in Bridgeport CT !
Carol Gundersen
07:01
Carol Gundersen from the Food Literacy Project at Oxmoor Farm in Louisville, KY
Annalina Kazickas
07:03
Hi everyone! Annalina Kazickas, Wallace Center in Washington, DC
Mark Maggiora
07:10
Mark Maggiora, Americans Building Community in Vancouver WA
Andrew Carberry
07:17
Hi this is Andrew with the Wallace Center, in Arkansas
Meg Hourigan
07:19
Meg Hourigan, Hartford Food System, Connecticut
Dave Sokoll
08:02
Dave Sokoll, Farm Fare, Cleveland OH
Dave Sokoll
08:10
glad to be here with all of you!
Lee Miller
08:23
Lee Miller, Acre Policy, Hillsborough NC
Curtis Ogden
08:54
Curtis Ogden, Interaction Institute for Social Change and Food Solutions New England (based in Amherst, MA)
Joanna Friesner
10:26
Joanna Friesner, UC Davis, Davis CA, Inter-institutional Network for Food and Agricultural Sustainability
Joanna Friesner
31:12
what would a successful participant come IN with? I.e. what level of competence in the essential network leadership skills already achieved?
Kate Burnaby Wright
31:49
How many participants total are you hoping to include?
Laura Adiletta
32:29
Will you consider more than one application/leader from the same organization?
Tory Dahlhoff
33:09
Andrew, we spoke briefly through email, but can you explain more about the need to be associated with a 501c3. As an EDO we are a 501c6 but also have become a centerpiece for our regions food systems network. How do you suggest someone like myself apply given our alternative nonprofit status?
Meg Hourigan
33:13
Hi, could you talk more about the "team" application and what you would look for in two applicants applying from the same org?
Carle Brinkman
33:19
This sounds more like a retreat for individuals who are network leaders, but what about teams? Does each individual apply seperate?
Mark Maggiora
33:51
I'm hearing you're hoping to make this a shared learning model?
Mark Maggiora
34:46
Will some of your prework be focused on prepping folks for sharing lessons learned?
Laurie Seron
36:19
How far into the food system process do we need to be? We are at the very beginnings of forming a food system in Utah. Would this be beneficial for me being that we do not have a functioning system?
Anna Chotzen
36:22
What about individual network leaders, such as farmers or business owners who practice food justice through their work?
Anna Chotzen
37:19
Even though they are not non-profit?
Tory Dahlhoff
38:40
thank you all!
Curtis Ogden
38:48
Thanks all for joining!
Meg Hourigan
38:52
Thank you!
Joanna Friesner
38:57
thanks!!
Kate Burnaby Wright
39:02
Thanks!
Carle Brinkman
39:04
Thank you!
Ellie Angerame
39:05
Thank you!
Valeria
39:06
thank you
Mark Maggiora
39:08
Awesome work Wallace!