I have read the discussions on the listserve for awhile and am curious
about the indicators that you use to decide if the choices you have made are
taking you along the journey you wish; i.e. how do you know you are doing
the right thing? I am not interested in the definition of sustainable
since the term has been over worked; but for self/family/community/world
what do you gauge your successes or failures by? What tests do you apply
to your planning process when deciding on a course of action or assesment
of what you observe after implementation of the plan? I am also curious
as to what type of models are used. personal model/ adopted model etc.
And if the model you use is totally embraced or you use only parts that
seem to fit/understand/need. example: are all guidelines of IPM used or
just what is needed at the time?
I am interested in the transitions that are occuring with
food systems and how models and indicators are used while these
changes are happening and how they play a part in the success/speed/failure
of the changes occuring. Any insights or comments would be appreciated
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