$25 – $450

FOOD FUNDED 2021 Climate

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$25 – $450

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Food entrepreneurs and investors convene to catalyze investments for climate action with sustainable food and regenerative agriculture.

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FOOD FUNDED 2021 Climate

Highlighting current models and regenerative practices by food and agriculture enterprises to move the needle on climate action.

Opportunities for impact investors to put their capital to work for carbon drawdown and reversing climate change.

ENTREPRENEUR LAB

Hands-on workshops by experienced practitioners

"Just the right mix of experienced presenters and inspiring attendees to allow me to make the connections I hoped for to help my company get to the next level."

FOOD INVESTOR SHOWCASE

Annual Bay Area Food Investor Fair

Know some who should present ? Apply at foodfunded.us

"I was truly blown away but the caliber of people and companies. They were all inspiring and so clear about the impact they want to have on the world. Fantastic!”

CONNECTIONS

"My tribe!" · "Food Funded is my favorite place to have authentic conversations and to explore ideas and opportunities to follow up on."

“The best event for leading food entrepreneurs and the community that supports them to come together”

Limited scholarships are available.

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Organizer Slow Money Northern California

Organizer of FOOD FUNDED 2021 Climate

Slow Money is a movement and national nonprofit organization that catalyzes investments in local food systems. In over 20 local networks, entrepreneurs, investors, foodies, and localization activists have joined forces to rebuild the economics of local food and agriculture.

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