Celebrating SLO County Sustainable Food Entrepreneurs
Friday, October 7th: 5:30 - 7:30 pm
Niner Wine Estates
2400 California 46, Paso Robles
Please join us as we celebrate San Luis Obispo County's finest locally produced foods and beverages. Tasting stations throughout Niner winery’s newly renovated farm-to-table gardens will showcase local ingredients while providing opportunities to meet SLO’s food artisans, entrepreneurs and supporters.
Tickets available at: slofoodcelebration.eventbrite.com
Tickets are $60 per person/ $100 for two
Featured Speaker Woody Tasch
Woody Tasch is the founder and chairman of the Slow Money Institute, a nonprofit organization with dozens of local groups, formed to catalyze the flow of investment capital to small food enterprises and promote new principles of fiduciary responsibility that support sustainable agriculture and the emergence of a restorative economy. Slow Money took root in 2009 with Tasch’s groundbreaking book Inquiries into the Nature of Slow Money: Investing as if Food, Farms, and Fertility Mattered. Tasch is widely regarded as a pioneer of the concepts of patient capital, mission-related investing and community development venture capital. Tasch is now working on the sequel to his first book, revisiting the movement’s fundamental principles. Slow Money investors around the country have moved $49 million into 519 small food businesses to date.
Featured Food Entrepreneurs
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SPECIAL PRE-EVENT: Public Forum with Woody Tasch on Thursday, October 6 (separate event)
Mr. Tasch will also be speaking at a public panel discussion, ‘Growing Small Food and Farm Businesses’, as part of the Center for Sustainability's Sustainable Ag Lecture Series on Thursday, October 6 from 5:30 – 8 p.m. at the SLO Guild Hall (formerly the Grange Hall), 2880 Broad St, San Luis Obispo. The event will be co-sponsored by Slow Money SLO and the Guild Hall and feature leading local food entrepreneurs. Local foods will be available for purchase. Open to the public; no reservation required. For more information about this separate event, please visit our Sustainable Ag Lecture Series (SALS) page
For questions, please contact the Center for Sustainability at (805) 756-5086 or firstname.lastname@example.org