Financing Our Foodshed:Growing Local Food With Slow Money tells the compelling stories of over twenty local farmers and food entrepreneurs that started or expanded their businesses with the help of one or more Slow Money loans.
Links to their websites, and more, will soon be listed here so you can find them easily!
Like Angelina’s Kitchen in Pittsboro, NC, recipient of the second Slow Money NC loan. Hungry for delicious, home-made Greek food? Head on over to Angelina’s and enjoy!
And there are a host of fabulous organizations, people, and groups that are helping build a stronger, more resilient foodshed and a healthier planet.
We will list them here as well.
Like our good friends at the Abundance Foundation, the fiscal sponsor of the Slow Money NC project.
Here’s a photo of a recent reception that Slow Money NC put on following their excellent day-long conference: “Farming Strategies in Today’s Changing Climate.”
“Slow Money is a natural next step for many Slow Food supporters. It is explicitly about building and maintaining the fertility of our soils. They say that mankind owes its existence to six inches of topsoil and the fact that it rains. It seems like that might be something worth investing in.”
CAROL PEPPE HEWITT, author, Financing Our Foodshed: Growing Local Food with Slow Money