Tag Archives: Slow Money

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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“somehow, i never thought it would be so hard to loan money to strangers with no security and almost no return…”

When this email arrived I laughed out loud. Because the funniest jokes are about things that are true, or at least mostly true. Jeff, in his generosity, had approached me about finding a local farmer that might need capital. So … Continue reading

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Running On Local – Success Stories for a New Paradigm

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

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