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Slow Money February 2014: Farm to Neighborhood: new distribution models for local food

Slow Money Northern California

Monday, February 17, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 8:15 PM (PST)

San Francisco, CA

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Agenda overview
6:00 Slow Start - Greetings
6:15

What is Slow Money?
Community introductions

6:30

Entrepreneur Spotlights:

Capay Valley Farm Shop (multi-farm CSA, funded with Slow Money)
Thomas Nelson, CEO

 

CrobMobster (community platform preventing food waste)
Nick Papadopoulos, cofounder

 

Love & Hummus (organic mediterranean food)
Donna Sky, founder

6:50

Focus topic:
Farm to Neighborhood:  New Models for Local Food Delivery
Our panel of experts will discuss the state of on-line food delivery and how they affect the economics of local food businesses.  We'll look for insights into where we should put our efforts to move things forward.

Thomas Nelson, CEO of Capay Valley Farm Shop, a multi-farm CSA aggregating the produce of 40 farms in the Capay Valley

 

Alon Salant, co-founder of Good Eggs, an on-line grocery service that delivers to customers from local farmers and foodmakers

 

Peter Woo, co-founder of Wholeshare, an on-line grocery service offering affordable local, organic, and sustainable food to groups

 

Discussion in breakouts

7:30

Updates
Credibles - edibles credits at Whole Foods stores
Self-directed IRA - used for local investment in Farmhouse Culture
SOIL Investor Network - update about current opportunities

7:45 Announcements and upcoming events
7:50 Networking
   

If you like, bring snackables and drinkables to share.


Street Parking available. (recommended not to leave valuables visible in the car - as in any big city)

Public transportation:

From Embarcadero BART take Light Rail towards Visitation Valley,  20th St stop is in front of the building.

From Mission/16th ST BART, take Bus 22 to 3rd/20th

From the Peninsula, take Caltrain to 22nd St station, 3 blocks to walk

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Credibles / L'Atelier
(close to SF Light Rail and Caltrain)

2325 3rd Street
#231
San Francisco, CA 94107

Monday, February 17, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 8:15 PM (PST)


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Slow Money Northern California

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

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