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CATF Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Jim Eibel
14:00
I am going to log out and try again
Jane Vourlekis (she/her)
21:17
They are here as well: How has your organization initiated the process? What discussions have taken place so far and among what organization members? Has the topic been introduced into any organizational planning discussions? How has the City’s vulnerability assessment report been used so far (or not)?
Cindy Frantz
58:00
I have to duck out, folks.
Heather Elmer (CRWP)
01:01:01
We have received grants from the Gund foundation and would be glad to share our climate statement with you Nina. We also use Climate Wisconsin - Stories from a State of Change as a resource for storytelling about climate change. https://climatewisconsin.org/
Nina Fisher (she/her)
01:01:27
Thank you!
rhanmer
01:14:50
https://entry.inspironlogistics.com/lorain_oh/wens.cfm
Nina Fisher (she/her)
01:29:19
I have to head to another meeting but thank you everybody for your advice and insight today!
Peter Crowley
01:34:14
An important educational opportunity for processing climate change is connecting with the earth through gardening and outdoor learning experiences. This is an opportunity for partnerships with schools, municipal programming and local garden communities