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North Bay Forward - Shared screen with speaker view
Judith Ford
18:34
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1pAYSrEbX7ohCRKvgK5P_jBA1Wf-MOKho
Barbara F Santa Rosa CA
20:31
Great Job Elif
Judith Ford
20:34
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1pAYSrEbX7ohCRKvgK5P_jBA1Wf-MOKho
Janna Olson
20:53
Beautiful in print, as well!
Judith Ford
22:04
Ronald Takaki, A Different Mirror; A History of Multicultural America,
Judith Ford
22:18
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/37564.A_Different_Mirror?ac=1&from_search=true&qid=W6ot3pJOPT&rank=1
Jenny Blaker
23:19
There's a fabulous 5-part series on Asian Americans being shown on KQED right now. It's excellent, an eye opener, well worth watching.
Janna Olson
24:46
Wow, thanks for the KQED tip, Jenny. Ronald’s work also reminds me of Howard Zinn’s A People’s History of the United States - https://www.zinnedproject.org/materials/peoples-history-of-the-united-states
Judith Ford
26:18
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1qTcmRBdXoWZWHHAZfgM7WxgpMRymsE4D
Judith Ford
27:35
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1r6HqiaVc4KCqdfu4Y9TlEQqam5jq5VI_lmL_NCcDfAY
Fawn
28:18
anthropomorphic :)
Janna Olson
28:19
Anthropocentric
Fawn
39:54
Braiding Sweetgrass
Barbara F Santa Rosa CA
40:10
I have that book, just not at the ready.
Janna Olson
40:13
Brading Sweetgrass https://milkweed.org/book/braiding-sweetgrass
Janna Olson
42:16
Thanks for Poet’s Pinnacle, Zeno! Would love to learn how to find my way there.
Fawn
45:10
Also a way to honor local knowledge(s)
Fawn
46:17
I like that idea! I’ve done projects around oral history with kids/English teachers. I think they could do this as a form of oral history with mapping/connecting place. I love it!
Janna Olson
52:46
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/28256439-the-hidden-life-of-trees
Janna Olson
54:37
Hey Jahn!!
Janna Olson
01:04:37
Greg Sarris - How a Mountain Was Made https://heydaybooks.com/book/how-a-mountain-was-made/
stephanie
01:05:07
Greg Sarris, How A Mountain Was Made
Dan Noble
01:05:09
See also "Teeming: How superorganisms work to build infinite wealth in a finite world (and your company can too)," by Dr. Tamsin Woolley-Barker, 2017/ She organizes the book around the principals of what she calls the "Mycelial Way", were she guides the reader to adopt an interconnected way of communicating, and associating like the mycelia superorganisms.
Oren Wool
01:06:35
https://www.hartfordwines.com/https://cshs.com/
Aidan Humrich
01:13:19
I have another meeting at 1pm. Sorry I have to leave! I look forward to seeing Cristine's complete graphic. Thanks for sending it to us.
Judith Ford
01:13:56
The Overstory https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/40180098-the-overstory?from_search=true&from_srp=true&qid=bB8HW4v9jl&rank=1
Fawn
01:14:10
Deep appreciation to all! Thank you!!!
Jeff Baldwin
01:14:13
I need to leave also - Christine, thank you for including beaver!
stephanie
01:14:26
Have we talked at all about farming?
Janna Olson
01:14:30
Thank you all and Judith, Judith, Judith, so much!
Fawn
01:15:00
Book club :)
Dan Noble
01:15:10
Thank you, Judy!! And everyone else for your heart felt contributions!
Janna Olson
01:15:12
Ooo, book club
Rinika Pulupudi
01:15:24
Thank you Judy :)
Oren Wool
01:15:27
Fantastic series Judy!
Judith Ford
01:17:15
Elif - great to close with indigenous tribe. it tied everything to how we should be treat the land.Fawn - how young people tell stories, how connect youngBraiding SweetgrassZeno - poetry hike, Poet's Pinnacle - togo maps? 32 maps with stories overlaid. Ask questions of participants - stories of little pieces of Sonoma County - constrained by geography - what happened here 500 years ago?Janna - Healthy Soils grant writing for wineriesOren - we each tell only a part of the story