Earth Day Entrepreneurs at Stone Barns
March 21, 2012


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Slow Money NYC and
Stone Barns Center for Sustainable Food and Agriculture present:

Earth Day Entrepreneur Showcase:
Slow Money and Local Investment Opportunities

Featuring Woody Tasch, Author,
Inquiries into Nature of Slow Money and
Eliot Coleman, Author and Farmer,
Four Season Farm, Maine
April 22, 2012 (Earth Day!) 3-5 pm

Tickets $75. Limited quantity.

What better way to spend Earth Day than with a group of food entrepreneurs and investors working “to bring money down to earth”?

Slow Money NYC is one of 15 chapters nationwide. Over the past 18 months, more than $16 million has been invested in 100+ small food enterprises under the Slow Money banner, using a variety of new engagement strategies – investment clubs, investor networks and entrepreneur showcases.

Please join us for a 2-hour program featuring presentations by 6 pioneering food entrepreneurs now seeking capital:

  • Brooklyn Grange, NYC rooftop farm building its second airy acre;
  • First Field Ketchup, NJ organic farm crafting value-added products;
  • Farm to Table CoPackers, Hudson Valley small-batch food processer;
  • Window Farms, DIY kit for home-grown food; and
  • New York Mouth, NYC online store for small, local, indie food makers.
  • Eliot Coleman, a Director of Slow Money, will offer opportunity to create ventures from open source farm technology called Slow Tools.

AND learn of new visions from Slow Money Leaders, local & national:

  • Woody Tasch, Executive Director & Founder, will share innovations launched by Slow Money chapters putting money to work where they can see, touch, and taste the results.
  • Chris Lindstrom will give context “Transition From Soil to Oil.”
  • Derek Denckla & Brian Kaminer, Co-Chairs of Slow Money NYC, will wrap up with info on new investment channels for local food ventures

If you are a good food activistimpact investor, sustainable business entrepreneur, a foundation trustee or program officer or an individual who is wondering whether there is life after fast money and fast food, this program presents a wonderful opportunity to participate in what called “one of the top five trends in finance” and Rodale called “one of the top ten trends in organics.”

Please register here to join us:
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