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Public Health and Safety Working Group 2 - Shared screen with speaker view
Martha Page
20:28
Martha Page, Consultant
Richard Branigan
21:00
Good morning. I am Richard Branigan from the American Red Cross.
Meghan Doyle
21:06
Meghan Doyle: Quinnipiac University Sustainability Fellow/ 3L at Quinnipiac Law/ City of Milford Board of Education
Mariana Fragomeni
21:13
Mariana Fragomeni, Assistant Professor in Landscape Architecture, University of Connecticut
Heather Aaron
21:44
Heather Aaron Deputy Commissioner Department Health
Sarah Lowe
21:57
Sarah Lowe, Yale School of Public Health (Social & Behavioral Sciences); I specialize in trauma and mental health
Anne Hulick
22:25
Good morning. Anne Hulick, CT Director Clean Water Action, nurse and environmental health advocate
Michael Pascucilla
22:43
Michael Pascucilla, East Shore District Health Department - GM Everyone!
Cynthia Costa
22:47
Good morning. Cindy Costa, CT Dept. of Public Health Food Protection Program.
Laura Bozzi
23:03
Laura Bozzi, Director of Programs at the Yale Center on Climate Change and Health
Christopher Silver
23:37
Chris Silver Connecticut Department of Public Health, Office of Health Equity
Diane Mas (Fuss & O'Neill, Inc)
23:43
Good Morning - Diane Mas, Chief Resilience Officer, Fuss & O'Neill
Jennifer O'Brien CFECT
24:21
Jennifer O'Brien, Community Foundation of ECT
Mindy Chambrelli
25:27
GM all! Mindy Chambrelli, Darien Health Dept.
Huan Ngo
29:18
Huân Ngô, New Haven Public Schools
Brenda Bergeron
32:06
Brenda Bergeron, Deputy Commissioner CT DESPP/DEMHS
Alana Kroeber
34:31
Alana Kroeber, United Way of CT/2-1-1
Diane Mas (Fuss & O'Neill, Inc)
37:08
What is the best way to follow the work of the Climate and Health Equity Coalition?
Kim Zigich
44:43
Kim Zigich, Attorney, CT-DEMHS
Katharine Morris
49:40
sorry I came late. question: what type of infrastructure exactly are you concerned about under the "strengthen food supply..." bullet?
Brenda Bergeron
51:40
https://gcc02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.wtnh.com%2Fnews%2Fconnecticut%2Fconn-foodshare-announces-plan-to-bring-more-accessible-food-to-communities%3Futm_source%3Dwtnh_app%26utm_medium%3Dsocial%26utm_content%3Dshare-link&data=05%7C01%7CBrenda.Bergeron%40ct.gov%7C3f1b97b482ff48f41b1b08daa02c7108%7C118b7cfaa3dd48b9b02631ff69bb738b%7C0%7C0%7C637998409979719575%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C3000%7C%7C%7C&sdata=%2B%2BMe1Jv4CqVQfswf0JSew3kPrMhML3Wup%2FqLP9f5Wp8%3D&reserved=0
Laura Bozzi
55:09
One of my students, as part of a course a few semesters ago, worked with Dr Laura Hayes and members of this working group to do research on best practices to address food insecurity and climate change. I’d be glad to share that document.
Michael Pascucilla
56:51
Hi - I wholeheartedly Agree with Martha. Is/how is the Farm to Table Innovative in CT “Live Local - Eat Local” tied into this conversation. This directly related to climate change and health.
Brenda Bergeron
59:24
Martha, could you please put your email in the chat? Thank you!
Martha Page
01:00:26
martha1551@att.net
Katharine Morris
01:00:45
want to boost the Heather Aaron's point on strengthening small urban farms
Katharine Morris
01:01:05
this also facilitates the live local, eat local goal
Katharine Morris
01:01:37
and ideally strengthens food and nutrition security
Katharine Morris
01:04:31
Nourish Bridgeport is a good one
Katharine Morris
01:04:57
Grow Hartford is great
Katharine Morris
01:05:16
Green Village Initiative too
Katharine Morris
01:05:38
these are folks who need to provide their insights in platforms like these.
Meghan Doyle
01:08:26
Sue Brown with the Purple Pantry is doing great work locally in Milford. https://purplepantryboxes.com/
Katharine Morris
01:10:51
Dr, Kristen Cooksey Stowers is a food/nutrition security and public health professor at UConn who would be an *excellent* resource for this work
Kendall Bobula
01:11:07
https://farmland.org/new-england-farmer-microgrants-program/ https://portal.ct.gov/DOAG/ADaRC/Publications/2022-Farm-Transition-Grant/Apply
Katharine Morris
01:11:36
thanks kendall!
Diane Mas (Fuss & O'Neill, Inc)
01:12:30
Thanks everyone. I need to join another call. Great and informative discussion.
Bridget Teevan
01:14:14
Bridget.Teevan@ct.gov
Anne Hulick
01:14:14
Thank you all so much. This was such a great and important conversation. Love the regional thinking as well.
Christine Hahn-Dunn, DPH
01:14:15
Christine.hahn@ct.gov
Christine Hahn-Dunn, DPH
01:14:32
bridget.teevan@ct.gov
Huan Ngo
01:15:20
How are we with looking ahead to crop and livestock strain that are more adaptable/resistance to drought, heat, flood?
Huan Ngo
01:15:25
Thank you