SOIL Sangre De Cristo
Slow Opportunities for Investing Locally
- Thu, May 27ZoomWoody Tasch, Slow Money Institute, will discuss his recent innovations and the latest eBook "AHA!" encouraging local, community investing. Small contributions from individuals go a long way to building a robust community!
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.”