People are waking up to the importance of the soil. Soil fertility is vital for human health, resilient communities and strategies for combating climate change.
But most people don’t talk about soil and money in the same breath.
Join us this October in Boulder and meet the thought leaders, activists, farmers, food entrepreneurs, and investors who are leading the charge around the country. We’ll be exploring everything from soil biology to human health to investing in local food systems. A full day of speaker presentations and discussions, followed by a special evening program: a talk by Winona LaDuke, and a showing of the new documentary on Wendell Berry’s life.
Slow Money catalyzes the flow of capital to local food enterprises and organic farms, connecting investors to the places where they live.