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Food Policy Forum June Meeting
Nancy
18:11
I am muted but here. Nancy W
Nancy
21:19
I can barely hear you guys. Is anyone having trouble?
Jamie Wiggins
25:07
I am getting over a cold, so I am going to remain muted so that my coughing isn't heard during the conversation
timc
27:28
I have a question about this section
timc
33:31
For this Sec 2: Any consideration of funding research to test the viability for the state to offer additional pennies per school lunch for state products, similar to the OR/ Abernathy/ Ecotrust research?
Babs
35:01
in referring to institutions are we including correctional facilities?
Babs
51:20
i'm not sure i understqnd the difference between this grop and the proposed committee?
Babs
01:02:14
one question on this - can be answered later... is there a reason behind the emphasis on Western Washington?
Jamie Wiggins
01:03:20
I'm curious what state policy they are referring to in subsection B
timc
01:04:10
Babe, if you are looking at 1.c): Eastern WA has an office already, so the goal is to bring parity to Western WA.
timc
01:04:18
Sorry, Babs!!
Babs
01:05:27
great!
Babs
01:12:29
does thumbs down on a sub set of the overall recommendation mean that the overarching recommendation doesn't go forward or only that the sub recommendation doesn't go forward?
timc
01:37:58
Is there a reason the diagram does not create linkage from production to consumption?
Jamie Wiggins
01:38:34
I think climate change belongs in the center
timc
01:40:20
Can you show the first one again?
Brian Estes
01:42:07
I’ve got to go - thanks everyone!
Chad Kruger
01:43:13
I think the concept is this -- the food system is extremely complex and climate change will intensify the challenge of managing that complexity. How to convey that in a diagram is beyond me.
Jamie Wiggins
01:49:39
I had to get on another call.
timc
01:56:44
Can someone share the provision language that Laura mentioned? Great to see support! Would love to know expected outcomes and outputs.
Claire Lane
02:04:48
SO many thanks to Petra, Mary, Jillian who have made this process so productive and positive!
timc
02:05:39
Thank you!