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- Keynote Speaker at Oregon Economic Vitality Summit December 10, 2014 LaGrande, OR "Local Matters! The Power of Investing in Our Local Economy" Carol will keynote this day-long conference in Eastern Oregon
- CCCC Sustainable Speakers Series - Financing Ourselves January 21, 2015 at 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm CCCC Pittsboro campus Carol Peppe Hewitt will talk about Financing Our Foodshed, usi ng community financing to build resilience in our local community.
- Financing Our Foodshed Gathering January 29, 2015 at 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Coeur d’Alene
- Keynote Speaker at Food Summit January 30, 2015 Moscow, ID, USA
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Slow Money NC Visits Elon.
Carol Peppe Hewitt is the co-founder and principal matchmaker of Slow Money NC. She is also the author of Financing Our Foodshed: Growing Local Food with Slow Money, and she writes these blog entries. They tell of her adventures catalyzing … Continue reading
Our Southeast four-day tour of “Running On Local” launched at the Virginia Key GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance, just over the bridge from South Miami to Key Biscayne, on February 22th, 2013. On Saturday and Sunday afternoon we held … Continue reading
by Carol Peppe Hewitt We rode the wave of progress and by the end of the 20th century our stores had filled up with ‘stuff’ from all over the world – as had our kitchen cabinets, and our bodies. Tangerines … Continue reading
Solar farms are cropping up all over NC, in fact, all across the globe. And while they are an excellent idea – harvesting energy from the sun – they create an interesting conundrum. If they are built in a typical … Continue reading
July 28th 11:30 pm I have to say that was an incredible party. For days people have been asking me, “How many tickets have you sold? How many people do you think are coming?” And I would venture a guess. “Last time I … Continue reading