Join us in co-hosting Woody Tasch, founder of the Slow Money Institute on his first book tour stop in Nebraska at the Jayne Snyder Trails Center (228 N 21st St, Lincoln, NE 68503).
This event is free and open to the public. Donations are also welcome.
The garage door will be open for outdoor accommodations. Mask requirements will follow the Lancaster County Health Department guidelines through October 28th.
Since 2010, more than $80 million has flowed to over 800 organic farms and local food enterprises via volunteer-led efforts in dozens of communities. Tens of thousands of folks have attended Slow Money events, local and national.
Have you opened up and read “Fake Trillions, Real Billions, Beetcoin and the Great American Do-Over” yet?
We’re headed for the greatest, noblest, messiest, most meaningful AHA! of all time. To get there, we need to navigate anew our relationship with money, financial markets and the limits of economic growth. Which would be scary, if it weren’t for all the beauty and community we can find on a parallel path.
What will a full-fledged nurture capital sector look like a generation or two from now? What role do local food systems and small organic farms have in reshaping society? And who was Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen, anyway?