Register now to be part of Slow Money's Second National Gathering June 9-11

Jun 1, 2010 10:00 AM ET

It's been called a movement. It's been called a revolution. Business Week even called it one of the 10 big ideas for 2010.

Be part of it!   Come to Shelburne Farms, Vermont for Slow Money's Second National Gathering June 9-11.   "We need Slow Money fast."
-- Mardi Mellon, Director, Union of Concerned Scientists    "Tremendously important and timely."
--Wayne Silby, Founder, Calvert Social Investment Fund   "Truly one of the best events ever."
--Mark Dowie, Prize-winning journalist   "These gatherings are life changing. Welcome to a revolution!"
--Paul Tryba, THE FARM, Long Beach, CA   "Slow Money gets right to the heart of everything that's ailing our economy and corroding our culture."
-Kerry Trueman, Huffington Post    Don't delay. Register today.   About Slow Money Slow Money is a new nonprofit organizing an international movement to bring money back down to earth. Founded by Woody Tasch, a pioneer in merging investing and philanthropy, Slow Money's mission is to build local and national networks, and develop new financial products and services, dedicated to:
  • investing in small food enterprises and local food systems;

  • connecting investors to their local economies; and,

  • building the nurture capital industry. 

"Together, we are building a strong, new voice for the wisdom of bringing our money home to build sustainable communities." Judy Wicks   About Vital Systems What each us chooses to eat or feed others may be the most powerful personal action we can exercise each day. Vital Systems focuses on integrating both triple top and triple bottom lines so we can create holistic economies based on healthy food systems through responsible investing, business practices, and an engaged citizenry.    The concept of Triple Top Line positively frames an educated and involved citizenry engaged in dignified work by integrating internal management practices and external community engagement. This supports employees and community members who are, in turn, supported by investors intent on driving a regenerative economy. Triple bottom line refers to the rigor of life cycle assessment in environmental, social, and governance (ESG) metrics. The combination of these perceptions creates a powerful, iterative system that produces sustainable food systems and communities and regenerates economies from the top down and bottom up.   Since January 2010, Vital Systems has facilitated Slow Money Northern California Region to bring our money “back down to earth” so that everyone has access to good food, health, and food security.