Slow Money Seattle and Woody Tasch
Friday, May 31, 2013 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Seattle, United States
Join us for an evening of inspiration and action with Woody Tasch, the founder and chairman of Slow Money, and author of the book, Inquiries into the Nature of Slow Money, which launched a movement to bring the financial system back to earh, Carol Peppe Hewitt, co-founder of Slow Money NC, and author of Financing Our Foodshed, and Tim Crosby, founder and director of Slow Money NW.
We will also be supporting new ways for non-accredited investors to become involved in investing the the local food movement. To help launch these efforts, we will be hearing from the experiences of our sister organization, Slow Money North Carolina. Carol Pepe Hewitt, one of the founders of Slow Money NC will speak about her experience in connecting local entrepreneurs with almost $700,000 in community capital.
Come and connect with your food and community while learning about this quiet revolution happening across the country that is empowering citizens and entrepreneurs to have a direct impact on building a healthier food system, together.
When and Where
What Can I Expect
Learn how you can get involved with the Slow Money movement.
Be inspired by what is happening both locally and nationally.
Meet other people passionate about local food.
Connect with investors, local farmers and food businesses.
Who Should Attend
Both people curious about the Slow Money movement and long time fans are welcome. We expect farmers, food businesses, food advocates, accredited investors and non accredited investors. Come and share your passion for the local food movement and discover new connections and ways to be involved in this burgeoning movement.
Tickets are $5 per person.
For questions, please contact Rachel Hynes at firstname.lastname@example.org.