Woody Tasch is the founder of the Slow Money Alliance, which aims to get a million Americans to invest 1 percent of their assets in local food systems in the next decade.
He believes that local, sustainable food is a good investment: in our communities, our land, our health, and, if all goes well, our pocketbooks.
Prior to Slow money, he was the former chairman of Investors’ Circle, a nonprofit angel network that has facilitated more than $200 million of investments in over 300 early-stage, sustainability-promoting companies and has written two best-selling books on the subject. In 2010 he was named “One of 25 Visionaries Who Are Changing Your World” by Utne Reader.
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