Woody Tasch, founder of the national Slow Money movement, talks about his evolution from being a venture capitalist to investing in sustainable food and agriculture and supporting a nonviolent economy. Eric Becker, co-founder of Slow Money Vermont, talks about how even small investors can help support sustainable food ventures in Vermont.
We look at how sustainable food and agriculture has transformed the Northeast Kingdom community of Hardwick and Vermont, and the lessons this holds for the world.
–Sarah Waring, executive director, Center for an Agricultural Economy
–Tom Stearns, High Mowing Seeds, and board president, CAE
–Todd Hardie, Caledonia Spirits
–Terry O’Brien-Reil, Eden Ice Cider and Northeast Kingdom Tasting Center, Newport