The concept of Slow Money is about investing in the sort of future we want and doing so closer to home, with a focus on food systems. The term Slow Money was coined by Woody Tasch, who wrote a book about his vision, and a movement, of sorts, has developed around the concept. Slow Money networks have formed across the country where they are convening gatherings, connecting entrepreneurs, farmers, investors, philanthropists and other stakeholders, catalyzing the flow of funds to a wide array of food businesses, while promoting public awareness of the importance of local sustainable food systems.
To learn more about Slow Money, visit:
Slow Money Vision: https://slowmoney.org/vision
Slow Money Principles: https://slowmoney.org/principles
Summaries of what other Slow Money Networks are doing: https://slowmoney.org/local-groups