Community Conversation Contact List: Habitat stewardship projects while sheltering-in-place
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Center for Natural Lands ManagementDeborahRogersdrogers@cnlm.orgBest navigation practices for tension between demand for public access (to preserves) and impact on preserve resources and staff; (legal/financial-penalty/optics) risk to staff if conducting 'essential' field work safely; biological and financial impacts if field work is delayed by one year (b/c of biological window)Group Responses
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EAST BAY REGIONAL PARK DISTRICTEDDIEWILLISEWILLIS@EBPARKS.ORG
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EAST BAY REGIONAL PARK DISTRICTKIMTHAIKTHAI@EBPARKS.ORG
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Laguna de Santa Rosa FoundationAnneMorkillanne.morkill@lagunafoundation.org
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Laguna de Santa Rosa FoundationWendyTrowbridgewendy@lagunafoundation.org
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Save Mount DiabloRoxanaLucerorlucero@savemountdiablo.org
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CSU, ChicoEmilynSheffiedlesheffield@csuchico.edu
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Volunteers for Outdoor CaliforniaCathyMoyercmoyer@v-o-cal.org
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Browse Dellums Institute for Sustainable Policy Studies
RobinFreemanrobinf5713@aol.comHow do we do community and agency tours of our site before a May 30 funding end dateAssuming you're not able to host an in-person tour: If possible, can one person go onsite and create a video to share virtually? If someone can't go to the site, do you have photos that you could incorporate into a virtual presentation? There are also cool Google Earth presentation tools that could be useful depending on your site.
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Peninsula Open Space Trust Daniel Olstein Dolstein@openspacetrust.org
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Grassroots EcologyJunkoBryantjunko@grassrootsecology.org
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Grassroots EcologyKristenWilliamskristen@grassrootsecology.org
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San Mateo Resource Conservation DistrictAmyKaeseramy@sanmateorcd.orgI'm interested in discussing: 1. essential services, 2. monitoring policies, 3. field work opportunies and policy including working with contractors on habitat stewardship, 4. JEDI regarding who is in the field and who is making decisions that impact those workers (is there inclusion, do workers feel enabled to speak up if they feel uncomfortable, etc)
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San Mateo County Parks FoundationMicheleBeasleymichele@supportparks.org
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Golden Gate National Parks ConservancyJaimieBaxterjbaxter@parksconservancy.orgHow do we continue to engage communities in stewarding the parks while we simultaneously close them down? Can we engage stewardship volunteers in more distance-based activities, such as solo butterfly monitoring or watering projects? What safety protocols and communication is required for these more indiviudal-based community science efforts? Can we encourage these activities when our parks are closed?
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California Invasive Plant CouncilClaireMeylercmeyler@cal-ipc.org
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Rose Foundation for Communities and the Environment, New Voices Are Rising Program
JillRatnerjratner@rosefdn.orgAre there ways that students could safely participate in habitat stewardship work this summer?
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Resource Conservation District of Santa Cruz County
LisaLuriellurie@rcdsantacruz.org
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San Francisco Recreation and ParkYaelGolanyael.golan@sfgov.org
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Point Blue Conservation Science/STRAWLauretteRogerslrogers@pointblue.org
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Marin Agricultural Land Trust JimJensenjjensen@malt.orgHow to maintain progress on acquisition and easement compliace work, including monitoring, across our working landscapes that need our support more now than ever, to provide local, healhty food production and distribution with continued resoruce protection and land stewardship
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Save The BayJessieOlsonjolson@savesfbay.orgWhat aspects of plant maintenance in our nurseries could be deemed essential? How can we engage our volunteer and donor base digitally? How could we share our outdoor sceince based curriculum via social media/streaming? Regarding engaging volunteers/community digitally - have you seen State Parks "PORTS" https://www.ports-ca.us/
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Nature in the CityLauraCastellinilaura@natureinthecity.orgSimilar questions as Jaimie's (above). We put some content on our website that has resources and a quickly-made video that is intended for people who want to volunteer on their own: http://natureinthecity.org/green-hairstreak
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Friends of Sausal CreekJeffStephensjeffstephens@comcast.net
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Taking ActionDee Swanhuyser pdswan@comcast.net
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The Nature ConservancyAngelHertsletangel.hertslet@tnc.orgShould prescribed fire be considered an essential service or be delayed until the pandemic is largely over?
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San Mateo County Parks DepartmentHannahOrmshawhormshaw@smcgov.org
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The Wildlands Conservancy, Sonoma CoastBrookEdwardsbrook.e@twc-ca.org
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