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Definition of Slow Money

Definition of Slow Money

Slow Money - Inspired by the concepts of nurture capital presented in Inquiries into the Nature of Slow Money: Investing As If Food, Farms, and Fertility Mattered, by Woody Tasch, Slow Money is catalyzing not only dollar flows, but also a new conversation about finance, culture and the soil. Through national gatherings, regional events and local activities, $40 million has been invested into more than 400 small food enterprises around the United States. Twenty-five local networks and 13 investment clubs have formed. Over 30,000 people have signed the Slow Money Principles. Slow Money events have attracted thousands of people from 46 states and 7 countries. Slow Money investing has begun in Nova Scotia, Switzerland, France and Belgium.

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