Slow Money: Food

April 15, 2015 at 10:01 am Leave a comment

“These were truly remarkable proceedings. Life-changing, really. This event was so compelling, so inspiring, so empowering, and yet so down-to- earth that it was impossible to walk away from Louisville unchanged. A generation from now, I think we are going to look back on these first Slow Money events as seminal.”

—Nancy Thellman, County Commissioner, Douglas County, KS

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