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- Slow Money NC 'Funds to Farms' Gathering March 14, 2017 at 9:30 pm – 12:00 am YesterYears Brewery, 300 E Main St c, Carrboro, NC 27510, USA 5:30 - 6:00 YesterYears Brewery Tour Meet David Larsen, owner of YesterYears Brewery, and take a tour! 6 - 6:30 'Slow Start' Mingle, enjoy light refreshments and samples from presentors, beer and wine (cash bar), and chat with fellow locavores from around the Triangle. 6:30 - 7:00pm Welcome Brief intros, and an overview of Slow…
- Align Your Investments with Your Values March 31, 2017 TBA Day-long workshop led by Marco Vangelisti. Details and registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/align-your-investments-with-your-values-tickets-31856573870
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Boulted Bread December 21, 2016/by Carol Peppe Hewitt Editor’s note: This article appears in the Winter 2016/17 issue of the national Slow Money Journal. When Sam Kirkpatrick and Fulton Forde got together to open their bakery, Boulted Bread, in downtown … Continue reading
Carol Peppe Hewitt is the co-founder and principal matchmaker of Slow Money NC – and author of Financing Our Foodshed: Growing Local Food with Slow Money. She writes these occasional blog entries. They tell of her adventures catalyzing peer-to-peer loans, … Continue reading
A while back I had the good fortune to talk with Frank Stasio, host of the NPR show, The State of Things. Frank is a thoughtful interviewer, and a fan of Slow Money. He was also instrumental in the opening … Continue reading
Slow Money NC Visits Elon.
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