Category Archives: financing our foodshed

Climate Carnival May 13th!

Climate change is serious, but it doesn’t have to be grim. At least not in the ways we come together to cope with it. We know it’s real and it’s terrifying. But, no one is better at turning serious, scary, … Continue reading

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Slow Money for a mill, a bakery and then – more mills!

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

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Who writes these posts?

Carol Peppe Hewitt is co-founder & principal matchmaker of Slow Money NC, author of Financing Our Foodshed: Growing Local Food with Slow Money, and she writes these occasional blog entries. They tell of her adventures catalyzing peer-to-peer loans, and of … Continue reading

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An interview with Frank Stasio

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

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