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Brian McIntosh
42:11
What? Tony!? I had no idea
iPad (9)Greg Claydon
51:08
Great intro, Tony. Rich picture there. Glad it has been recorded to capture the gems.
Sarah Cochrane
01:00:23
Please feel free to share any questions you may have for Fiona, here 🙂
Piet Filet
01:10:09
https://jamboard.google.com/d/1u-dciExDd-PzODB7mbP5kBGUXdN2vW3tKGicwJRaRwE/edit?usp=sharing
Brian McIntosh
01:10:12
Thanks Fiona - great work, well presented!
Romain Kobel
01:10:29
thank you, I have to go in the field now
Fiona George
01:10:48
Bye Romain. Thanks for attending
delapazvilasm
01:10:59
Thanks for your talk Fiona! Based on your learnings from the project, what type of data would you collect in the future, and what is the best way to present it to increase farmer understanding of the issues?
Emma O'Neill
01:11:16
great talk Fiona - really interesting!
Fiona George
01:12:25
We collect data that helps to answer farmers' questions, but also need to consider the needs of the funder (State). WE'd like more flow data that helps farmers understand and respond to info about their paddock load losses.
TrevorParker
01:29:29
Thanks everyone, apologies I have to leave.
Fiona George
01:38:47
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPLusgl9yMY&list=PLgBNGL5zqSA1O6u3wggjv-4k0KWhhN6yX&index=1 This will take you to a short video about the legacy of the MIP which we hope will endure. The principles of grassroots design (checking in regularly with your stakeholders to adapt where necessary) and answering your stakeholders' questions are well embedded.
Sabah Sabaghy
01:42:26
Thank you. I have another meeting to attend.
Sarah Cochrane
01:45:44
Absolutely Fiona!
Emma O'Neill
01:46:45
great points Fiona. another I learned working with other cultures is the importance of using clear and simple language and avoiding idioms that aren't widely understood, especially by people from other cultures or languages
Diana Montano Navarro
01:48:05
Thank you for this space for discussion.
iPad (9)Greg Claydon
01:50:46
I liked Fiona’s point about getting from questioning the science to getting to what should we do now we have this knowledge? I see it as a definition of “success” in this type of collaboration.
Brian McIntosh
01:52:06
Yes, it marks a maturity in relationship and probably wraps up lots - trust, recognition of a problem, implicit agreement that something needs to be done, and a commitment to figuring out what and taking action.
Brian McIntosh
01:53:58
I've added it to the jamboard Alicia
Alicia
01:55:20
Thanks Brian, well said on there.
Brian McIntosh
01:57:11
As well as thanking her for her time and insights, if anyone wants to buy a vanilla farm, contact Fiona - she has one to sell.
Emma O'Neill
01:57:25
thank you all! great event as per usual!
Brian McIntosh
01:58:01
Thanks for coming along Emma!
Melissa Walker
01:58:10
Thanks everyone, I have another meeting now
delapazvilasm
01:58:33
Thanks Everyone! Great talks and discussions! :)
Fiona Barron-Terrain NRM
01:58:49
Thanks for the opportunity to join- great to be able to attend
Brian McIntosh
01:59:01
Thanks everyone. :-)
Claudia Moreno Silva
01:59:02
Thank you!
iPad (9)Greg Claydon
01:59:05
Thanks Piet and team. Some good lessons there.
Alicia
01:59:08
Thanks for letting me join, it was a great discussion
Nathaniel Deering
01:59:11
Thanks everyone, have a great afternoon.
John Kirkwood
01:59:29
Thamk you all