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NY-TACF Annual Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Sara Fitzsimmons
33:21
Thanks for the feedback, Emmett! That's really helpful :)
Linda McGuigan
39:27
Thanks, Michael. Great advice!
Sara Fitzsimmons
46:36
Thanks, Lisa. I'll move you over after the District reports. After Emmett, looks like Dale will be after that, then we'll move over to you, then Jared.
Sara Fitzsimmons
48:36
Sure
Linda McGuigan
49:54
Tom, We’ll transfer you to panelist when it’s time for your talk. Then you can unmute and show video.
Sara Fitzsimmons
51:13
Tom, We’ll transfer you to panelist when it’s time for your talk. Then you can unmute and show video.
Sara Fitzsimmons
01:20:34
Hey Niko -- Have progeny/nuts of any of these been planted In an orchard (vs. a "backyard") program?
Sara Fitzsimmons
01:21:16
The map is for trees nuts planted in GCO orchards, not just trees found.
The American Chestnut Foundation
01:32:38
Thanks for the opportunity to join your meeting today. I have to run to our office now for our TACF board meeting prep for Monday. The end of the Public Comment Period AND the TACF Board meeting on the same day! Keep up the great work, NY TACF and let's continue the spirit of collaboration to bring the tree back. Onward, Lisa
Andrew E. Newhouse
01:33:18
I'm happy to participate in the Q&A later\ if that would be helpful
Allison Oakes
01:33:40
Thank you to all the presenters this morning, for your time and your talks! And thanks to Linda for moderating!
Sara Fitzsimmons
01:34:04
Niko -- I was referring to the map that Jared showed. I would love to have more information you have on planting locations, especially orchards, and how they tie back to collected materials from Long Island and beyond. We keep all these plantings in dentataBase.
Josh Mott
02:12:24
Appreciate the enthusiam!
Bill Cameron
02:18:25
Gotta go.. ...thanks for the science presentations too
Jared Westbrook
02:21:07
Karsten Kulheim (name spelling?) from Michigan Tech is sequencing the Red Oak genome. You might reach out to him to see if he has full sequence of PGIP
stevenlcantor
02:21:47
Thanks for all the excellent presentations and information. It's fascinating what you're doing.
Jared Westbrook
02:22:19
Also, there are 4 full genomes for Chinese chestnut now published. It would be interesting to look at variation in PGIPs
Allison Oakes
02:51:01
Apologies for my furry "helpers", they've been happily snoozing in baskets on my desk all morning and JUST NOW decided to assist me.
Sara Fitzsimmons
02:52:16
Allison - I love the pet/kid/spouse/etc. bombs! they are...….pawsome!
Sara Fitzsimmons
02:52:30
BTW, how did you activate the closed captioning on your ppt?
Allison Oakes
02:56:38
Honestly not sure - I think I enabled it in my settings at some point. https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/207279736-Managing-and-viewing-closed-captioning#h_4cb4e874-d574-4e40-ab12-7d8fae1f71cc
Sara Fitzsimmons
02:57:38
Ah - so it's in Zoom, not PPT....?
Allison Oakes
02:58:34
Oh, nope, you're right, it was doing it through powerpoint, not Zoom.
Sara Fitzsimmons
02:59:06
OK - thanks for the clarification. I had not seen that before.
Sara Fitzsimmons
02:59:43
Al Faust
Allison Oakes
03:01:03
Under the "Slide Show" tab, there's a "Captions and Subtitles" option that I had enabled for filming my class lectures.
Sara Fitzsimmons
03:01:39
That's a good feature -- I like it for recording purposes.
Allison Oakes
03:06:19
I love your windowshelf of chestnuts!!!
Emmett Hoops
03:08:31
Hit F5
Sara Fitzsimmons
03:10:12
Tom - How could I forget!!
Tom Klak
03:21:11
Is a 6 ft poly fence enough to keep out the deer?
Sara Fitzsimmons
03:21:58
Tom - depends on the deer pressure. It can. But won't in areas of very high pressure.
Sara Fitzsimmons
03:22:13
Also depends on the size being enclosed.
Tom Klak
03:34:40
Can everyone be a panelist?
Nikolaos Nantsis
03:47:34
I have to go everyone, something just came up. Thank you so much for holding this amazing event and I hope to see you all next year in person.
Emmett Hoops
03:48:12
I have a comment....
Aaron
03:52:20
Maybe in some cases members of the local chapter can go out and pollinate multiple mother tree sites with pollen shipped to them.
Sara Fitzsimmons
03:54:10
Emmett - we should graft that tree.
Linda McGuigan
03:54:34
ESF’s virtual Pollination Workshop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_6hoM9GaKg&feature=youtu.be
Linda McGuigan
03:54:53
More info: https://www.acf.org/resources/chestnut-chat-series/
Sara Fitzsimmons
03:58:23
Linda -- maybe we can publish a map of underrepresented locations in the next Bur and get folks to go look for trees.
Sara Fitzsimmons
04:00:16
Larry - we can help graft scion at PSU, too, if you send us some scion.
Linda McGuigan
04:00:47
Sara - That’s a great idea. Thanks.
Andrew E. Newhouse
04:02:06
There are a couple of old (late 1970's) publications describing several American chestnuts in the Rochester area. Maps are included - not sure whether there's enough detail to find specific trees or resprouts? http://www.server79x.net/rcsi_bulletins/RCSI203.pdf and http://www.server79x.net/rcsi_bulletins/RCSI226.pdf
Kaitlin M. Breda
04:02:25
https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2020/08/19/2020-18135/state-university-of-new-york-college-of-environmental-science-and-forestry-petition-for#open-comment
Kaitlin M. Breda
04:02:34
Link to submit public comment!
Tom Klak
04:11:20
Thanks NYTACF & ESF for working with me and the many other Maine chestnutters to collaborate to restore the American chestnut! Have a great rest of the weekend!
William Powell
04:13:36
Sorry, I have to leave to pick up my stepfather from the hospital. This was a great meeting. Thanks to all!
Josh Mott
04:18:02
Thank you everyone. Have a great weekend!
Hannah P
04:18:07
Thank you to all the presenters!
Hannah P
04:18:24
Hopefully see you guys next year!!
stevenlcantor
04:19:37
I must head out. Thanks to everyone for a wonderfully informative morning/ afternoon.
stevenlcantor
04:19:53
Steven L Cantor
Linda McGuigan
04:32:34
To join by phone, call (646) 876-9923 and use meeting ID: 931 3355 6677.
Emmett Hoops
04:48:08
Yea
Paul Deane
04:48:37
I literally joined last week, so don't know if I'm allowed to vote yet. :) Membership may not have been processed. But I'd vote yes, in any case!
Sara Fitzsimmons
04:50:59
Yes, any NY chapter member can vote
Sara Fitzsimmons
04:51:08
Longevity does not matter
Paul Deane
04:55:48
yes on accepting the report
Paul Deane
04:58:19
yes on nominations for directors
Paul Deane
04:59:33
Aye
Linda McGuigan
05:19:24
Where to check out comments: https://beta.regulations.gov/document/APHIS-2020-0030-0001/comment