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Yale Forest Forum Lunch - Sept. 10 - Shared screen with speaker view
Eva Garen
14:20
https://forests.yale.edu
Eva Garen
14:39
https://elti.yale.edu
Timothy Gregoire
15:32
Tim, FES faculty
Carl Majewski
15:33
Carl Majewski - UNH Extension, Dairy, Livestock, & FOrage Crop team
Walker Cammack (he/him/his)
15:35
Walker Cammack first year MF here at YSE!
Carolina Salazar
15:36
Hi, my name is Carolina Salazar, I’m a student at YSE!
Eudora Miao
15:42
Eudora Miao, MFS at YSE
George Moore (He/Him)
15:48
George Moore (MEM/MBA) & Jillian Armstrong (PhD YSPH)
Brad Ward (he/him/his)
15:53
Brad, MEM student at YSE
William Weinberg (He/Him)
15:57
Will Weinberg, 1st year MFS
Larry Ulfik
15:58
Larry Ulfik, shepherd in New York, I have Finnsheep on about 12 acres of land
Yuan Yao
15:59
Yuan Yao, YSE faculty
Ian Grosfelt
16:09
Ian MEM at YSE, Also from the Finger Lakes!
Kristen Jovanelly
16:13
Kristen Jovanelly, MF student at YSE
Wenona
16:14
Wenona Racicot. I have a farm with some silvopasture in Massachusetts.
Rich Straight
16:14
Rich Straight, USDA National Agroforestry Center, US Forest Service
Rachael Ross
16:15
Rachael, MESc at YSE
Lord Ameyaw
16:17
Lord Ameyaw. Agroforester. National Agroforestry Center
Jess Lloyd she/her/hers
16:29
Jess Lloyd, MF '20, Forest Manager with the Yale Forests
usuario1
17:32
RicardoZachrisson, silvopasturing in tropical rain forest in Northern Guatemala.
Marisa Bruno (she/her)
18:00
Marisa Bruno, MEM at Yale Environment
Gary Dunning
18:11
Hi everyone. Gary Dunning here, representing The Forests Dialogue and The Forest School at the Yale School of the Environment
Chuck Adams
18:18
chuck adams, sheep and pig wrangler, monsoon mass
Lily Colburn (she/her)
18:30
Lily, MEM at Yale School of the Environment
Rosa Goldman (she/her)
18:42
Rosa Goldman, MF ’19 and Fellow with the Yale Forests
Gillian Bloomfield
19:08
Gillian Bloomfield, MFS 2010, representing the Online Training Program at ELTI and Cornell ’08 Bio&Society alumna
eliot
20:33
Eliot Van Peski, Meadowsweet Farm, Swanville, Maine, USA. Raising cattle and sheep on pasture and woodland.
Florencia Montagnini
22:40
hi, Florencia Montagnini, Senior Research Scientist Director, Program in Tropical Forestry and Agroforestry Yale School of the Environment, The Forest School, https://nam05.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fresearchgate.net%2Fprofile%2FFlorencia_Montagnini&data=02%7C01%7Cflorencia.montagnini%40yale.edu%7Cebf31b3eb5c34a9dac8408d853bac5a5%7Cdd8cbebb21394df8b4114e3e87abeb5c%7C0%7C0%7C637351408951728860&sdata=7uOZdoRUIAsIzaANSYTgpx3M%2FvpEOVincwtnzJa05ZU%3D&reserved=0
Kaitlin.Farbotnik
24:26
Hi there! Kaitlin from New Jersey. I work with NRCS as our Agronomist and Grazing Specialist and I also run my family's farm where we raise grass fed beef, pastured pork and poultry.
Forests Dialogue
27:04
Sara Santiago, ’19 MF and Forest Fellow focused on The Forest School’s communications, outreach, and extension. Great to see you all!
Ryan Smith (he/him)
27:35
Ryan Smith, '22 MF at Yale!
Michael Gold
28:38
Have you observed the southern pines to be invasive in this region? I have observed this in southern Brazil.
Florencia Montagnini
32:24
sorry about all the gibberish that followed my name, thats how my research gate site copied here,should have done it by hand, Researchgate.net/profile/Florencia Montagnini
Carl DuPoldt
56:04
Thank you. Great presentation
Joseph Orefice
56:04
Feel free to post question in the chat box or ask them. We have about 15 minutes for questions and discussion
Florencia Montagnini
57:02
you mentioned fires...recently there were fires in Cordoba, was it near your property, but my question is,have youndone controlled burning apart from thinning, both methods of decreasing fire risks have different efficacy and effects on the ecosystem
Michael Gold
57:42
Hi
Michael Gold
58:05
Not a purist, just curious about the pines. Thanks
Diane Mayerfeld
58:54
Curious about the slide showing cattle grazing when planted pines were very small - I would have expected a lot of damage to the trees. How long were the cattle in there?
Carl DuPoldt
01:00:12
Thank you. Great presentation.
Joseph Orefice
01:00:13
Great questions so far, keep them coming!
Ryan Smith (he/him)
01:00:32
Which so you expect to be more profitable/acre in the long term at your argentina farm? Timber or cattle?
Michael Gold
01:01:03
How is the beef grown in NY marketed?
Larry Ulfik
01:01:39
Agreed about the thinning. God forbid we have a long drought, that infrastructure wouldn’t prevail sadly
Florencia Montagnini
01:02:19
thanks Brett for your answer and for a great presentation!
D.L. Rankin
01:04:23
I'm rotational grazing Castle in Western Oklahoma on mixed great prairie with around 23" rain in the occasional good year. Is silvopasture appropriate here?
D.L. Rankin
01:05:10
...cattle..
Thomas Harris
01:05:40
can your market the beef from the cattle at a higher price since they are grazing in the 'silvopasture'?
usuario1
01:06:03
Do you measure carbon sequestration, soil and water improvement ?
Ryan Smith (he/him)
01:08:24
Thanks, Brett and Joe!
Walker Cammack (he/him/his)
01:08:29
Have to run, thank you Brett and Joe!
Michael Gold
01:09:18
Which leads to another question - could someone make a full time living without off farm employment?
Joseph Orefice
01:09:28
silvopasture.ning.com
Michael Gold
01:10:02
thanks!
usuario1
01:10:10
Thank you Brett and Joe hope to learn more in the future.
D.L. Rankin
01:10:40
👍
William Weinberg (He/Him)
01:11:32
Thank you!
Jess Lloyd she/her/hers
01:11:44
Thanks you!