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Clear Lake BRC Socioeconomic Subcommittee - Shared screen with speaker view
Alyssa Nelson CRC@UCD
11:58
Edith is new staff person with the Center for Regional Change. Welcome, Edith!
Alyssa Nelson CRC@UCD
17:09
Thanks for the opportunity to share my preferences and point of view, and to correct the minutes.
Brock Falkenberg
45:06
second Michelle's thoughts
Dr. Euline Olinger, Mendocino Lake Adult And Career Education Consortium
59:56
Thank you all. Thank you for the update Susan. have to go soon.
Alyssa Nelson CRC@UCD
01:00:34
Now that we've talked about broadband issues .... would it help any of you if I turn off my camera in these meetings?
Dr. Euline Olinger, Mendocino Lake Adult And Career Education Consortium
01:00:45
Have to drive home and check on our house in the Clearlake Riviera.
Dr. Euline Olinger, Mendocino Lake Adult And Career Education Consortium
01:01:27
Thank you
clare cannon
01:02:40
Hi all - please stay safe.
clare cannon
01:02:50
I have to hop to my next meeting. Thanks everyone!
Jonathan London
01:18:25
Here are two articles about the ways that human and natural systems are connected. They may help create a framework for linking the work of the SES and the overall BRC. I can send them to anyone who would like them. * Cobourn, K. M., Carey, C. C., Boyle, K. J., Duffy, C., Dugan, H. A., Farrell, K. J., ... & Zhang, Y. (2018). From concept to practice to policy: modeling coupled natural and human systems in lake catchments. Ecosphere, 9(5). * Pickett, S. T. A., Cadenasso, M. L., & Grove, J. M. (2005). Biocomplexity in coupled natural–human systems: a multidimensional framework. Ecosystems, 8(3), 225-232.
William Fox, Water Resources
01:18:34
Very true! Very hard to do when shoreline is completely privately owned.
Sam Magill
01:19:20
Thanks Jonathan! It would be great to get copies of those. Happy to distribute them to the group.
Jonathan London
01:19:40
I will send them to you now, Sam.
Michelle Scully
01:22:01
Would it behoove us to have a brief convo about what we envision rehabilitation in this context to be? Or, do we stay broad?
William Fox, Water Resources
01:27:55
True. Rehabilitation in my point of view means heading back towards an older Clear Lake where everything was better. Are we trying to get back to a state or move forward?
Alyssa Nelson CRC@UCD
01:28:27
In the glitch, Michelle said something key about how supporting young people to go into trades and/or college is part of it
Michelle Scully
01:35:59
that is a great point Sam - from the viewpoint of Regional Change - are we on the right track?
Michelle Scully
01:42:38
I think we could use your list and backfill it with our discussion - it seems as if they would fit w/in
Jonathan London
01:46:47
agreed!
Alyssa Nelson CRC@UCD
01:49:12
Great points, William
Peggy Harte (she/her)
01:54:35
As the SES begins to think about capacity building, next steps may be building out deeper connections with the formal education community (local schools, Mendocino College, etc.) as well as possible UCD research and training supports.
LISA WILSON...Clear Lake Campground
01:57:41
Yes, reasonable Sam.
Sam Magill
01:59:55
s.magill@csus.edu
Sarah Angulo
02:00:14
sangulo@ucdavis.edu