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 Instead of investing in the markets, Woody Tasch encourages investing in the planet and the food that grows on it. It's a concept that has come to be known as Slow Money.


The rationale behind Slow Money much more than financial, Woody Tasch explains, focusing on reviving food production capabilities, locally and globally, while also restoring a measure of balance to the application of capital toward long-term social benefits.

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The third annual 3-day Slow Money national gathering convenes Oct. 12 in San Francisco's Fort Mason. Here are links to the schedule and conference  registration pages.


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