Tuesday AM

Permaculture: 9am to 10:20 am  Super excited to address coffee production sustainability through a permaculture lens. Requests have come in for links to journal articles that I plan to abstract key points from. Below are various articles that I will refer to, and you are invited to delve into/dance/howl with these as much as you are able to before our week 9 Tuesday meeting. Please don’t be limited by these. Follow the suggestion of our faculty librarian liason, Paul McMillin, and use google scholar to quickly find many full text articles that suit your topical interests. You do need to read Shade coffee biodiversity global overview
The introduction and methods section of the following will give you great insight into current field research questions and research methodology of concern to advancing permaculture concepts and of use to the campesino-a-campesino network referenced by Eric Holt-Gimenez: Coffee farmer knowledge shade tree knowledge

Agroforestry impacts on climate change overview tropical agroforestry climate change adaptation  Shade impacts on temperature and coffee review figure 4: Brazil coffee agroforestry vs sun grown

Those seeking more coffee agroecology perspective should read Designing pest suppresive multistrata systems_ coffee Organic as production solution? read this review: Organic coffee sustainability analysis

Climate change got you hot and bothered? read these: climate and pest shift global coffee projections and coffee mesoamerica climate change vulnerability  this has interesting methodology with surveying coop members across scales.   Consider this good article with global maps for coffee and climate change: coffee climate change global maps   


Culture Studies: (shifted to Friday time)

Earth Science: Final exam, 10:30 to 12 noon.


Tuesday PM

Tasting Lab:  Read Stuckey ch 9  “Bitter” and ch 10 “Sweet”

PreLab #6:  Open book, Stuckey chs. 9 & 10. On Canvas due by 12:45 PM at 80% pass rate. Logon to Canvas through your myevergreen.edu
Tasting Lab: Stuckey pp 211, 212, 225, 226:  Wk9 SweetBitter Tasting Lab Handout

Fall Quarter Final Terroir Program Student Self-Evaluation, Academic Statement Requirement, and Week 10 Planning Workshop

Note: Your student fall quarter final Self-Evaluation is due week 10 Wednesday 9 AM in class or at your evaluation meeting with your seminar faculty–whichever comes first.  If you are continuing in the Terroir Program winter quarter and have confirmed with your specific seminar faculty that you are NOT at risk for loss of credit a fall quarter evaluation meeting is optional rather than required.  See your seminar faculty for week 10 and week 11 evaluation meeting schedules. A draft program description from the faculty  will be discussed in class. (Here is the draft program description we distributed: Terroir-Fall_Draft_program_description)

Seminar: Read Trubek: p.208-250

Anthropocene Lecture Series: Week 9 (December 2nd): Ocean Change: The Carbonate Trajectory of Ocean Climate, Pauline Yu

Reading: The Pathway from Science to Policy, Oceanography, 2015 by Mathis, Cooley, Yates & Williamson : Anthropocene_reading_Week9_Mathis (Please read- it is really just 5 pages)

Reading prompt: Ocean Acidification (OA) is a wide-reaching global phenomenon, just like sea-level rise, overfishing and ocean warming. Our current lives are impacting and impacted by all 4 problems at different intensities and different stages of each threat. Based on the information presented in the paper, (and as a current Washington state resident), how does OA rank in priority among the listed ocean concerns locally for you or your community? How do you compare that local ranking to a priority ranking (assigned by you) for the global ocean concerns? Lastly, consider the question–is there non-monetary value that calcified marine animals might have in your life?

** Academic Fair handout (distributed Wednesday)–Terroir_FW_academicfair15
Earth Science/Permaculture Lab:  Microscopy and Berlese, and MANDATORY Lab cleanup.
4pm to 5pm– ** Make-up Rocks test Thursday (After Class) **



Case Study CAL:  Media staff review and peer critique of group websites/eTerm papers in preparation for week 10 presentations.  By what criteria do you determine  what is the best work of your three group Case Studies to present week ten?  Will you present using PowerPoint, Keynote or Prezi?  What will you use for audio, which must include both embedded electronic audio and live voices? What are common standards for academic presentations using images, audio and live voice in relationship to your Case Study assignment?

UPDATE:  Please bring draft fall quarter self-evaluation (on official form, proofread) and notes to seminar.  We’ll work on self-evaluations in class. Your self-evaluation is due at 9 AM on official form Wednesday, week 10, December 9.
Cultural Studies: 9:00-10:00, Read TCR “The Madeleine” (Proust) plus preface to Part VII (total pp = 291-296). SW’s week 9 Proustian lecture notes with links.
Earth Science: 10-10:30, return Earth Science exam and go over it
Seminar: World Atlas of Coffee (Hoffman), Intro to coffee brewing and beverages (pages 84-117), Sites in Asia (pages 166-177), Sites in Americas (pages 188-247).