SOIL Sangre De Cristo
Slow Opportunities for Investing Locally
- Thu, Jun 24ZoomJeff Derry – Center for Snow and Avalanche Studies About 80% of Colorado’s water supply comes from snowmelt. Desert dust transported from adjacent arid regions is deposited on the Colorado snowpack, drastically altering spring runoff and storage of water in mountain snow.
Here at SOIL Sangre de Cristo, we are working to change the way we invest in our local economy; to find a new way to fund local and organic food.
Using charitable donations and 0% loans
Together, we’re building a permanent, member-driven, revolving fund.
“We are called not only to reach for moonshots, but also to put our hands into the soil—the soil of a restorative economy and the actual soil, nourishing us all,
reconnecting us in ways that politics and moonshots never will.”