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Permalink SOIL 2017

October 16-17, 2017
Boulder, Colorado

The Slow Money conference this year focuses on bringing our money back down to earth. Day one offers an opportunity to meet the thought leaders, activists, farmers, food entrepreneurs, and investors who are leading the charge around the country. Sessions will explore everything from soil biology to human health to investing in local food systems. Day two is an opportunity for up to 125 people to focus on SOIL—Slow Opportunities for Investing Locally—a new Colorado initiative. The event will explore the state of the local food system and what success would look like for this new program. The day will culminate with members of SOIL selecting one or more farmers/food entrepreneurs to receive 0% loans.

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