On Tuesday, May 8th at 7 pm we invite you to hear directly from Slow Money founder Woody Tasch at Alameda Natural Grocery.
Since 2009, Woody has been at the forefront of a new economic story—a story about bringing our money back down to earth. His first book sparked a movement. Now we have the next strong dose of vision to impel us forward.
Woody’s second book, SOIL: Notes Towards the Theory and Practice of Nurture Capital, is poetic, photographic, philosophical and “lively serious.” It’s about billions and trillions of dollars in the global economy, and billions and trillions of microbes in healthy, fertile soil. Nurture capital is a vision of finance that reconnects us to one another and the places where we live, all the way down to local food systems and the soil.
“This is Walden for the 21st century,” states Daniel Boese, a journalist from Hamburg, Germany. “Hands-on-hope, immensely uplifting, full of provocative poetry and enlightening prose. The more we start walking this path, the more we start solving the crises of climate, agriculture, and finance—crises that seemed mindbogglingly unsolvable before you read SOIL: Notes Towards the Theory and Practice of Nurture Capital.”
We will have copies of SOIL: Notes Towards the Theory and Practice of Nurture Capital available for sale. The talk will be followed by a Q & A session, and book signing.
Hope to see you here!