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Slow Money Vermont Launch

The Chapel at Vermont College of Fine Arts
Montpelier, VT

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:              
Agricultural and food business entrepreneurs, investors, funders and lenders, and anyone interested in supporting the work of re-building a healthy food system in Vermont. 

WHERE:             
Vermont College of Fine Arts, The Chapel at College Hall, 36 College St, Montpelier, VT 05602.  For a map and directions, visit http://www.vcfa.edu/maps-directions

WHEN:               
September 16, 2014—5:30 -7:30 p.m.

WHAT:                
Learn about the vision, goals, and structure of the new Slow Money Vermont Network. Presentations by National Slow Money movement founder, Woody Tasch, Cheryl Devos of Kimball Brook Farm Organic Milk, and leaders of the Slow Money Vermont. Network with entrepreneurs, investors, and service providers interested in building a sustainable local and regional food system.

DETAILS:             
Free and open to the public. Light refreshments served, cash bar.    

PARKING:           
Free street parking. RSVP to request parking permit.

RSVP:                   

Recommended for food planning and parking permits. RSVP and inquiries to Caitlin Jenness, co-chair Slow Money Vermont: ckjenness@gmail.com, phone: (603) 620-3713.

SPONSORS:       
Vermont Farm to Plate, Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund, Inc., VSJF Flexible Capital Fund, L3C, Clean Yield Asset Management, Merritt, Merritt & Moulton, Sugarsnap Catering, Vermont Farm and Forest Viability Program

Learn more at www.facebook.com/SlowMoneyVermont.

Slow Money Vermont is an emerging network that aims to inform, inspire and connect individuals, businesses, philanthropists, and investors interested in building a sustainable local and regional food system and to catalyze new investment opportunities in the people, businesses and communities that contribute to a sustainable food economy. Slow Money Vermont is being organized through a task force connected to Vermont Farm to Plate—the statewide initiative to strengthen the food system. Slow Money Vermont aligns with the state’s Farm to Plate goals to increase investments and financial partnerships in food system enterprises. Individuals, businesses, philanthropists, and investors interested in getting involved in Slow Money Vermont can learn more at: www.facebook.com/slowmoneyvermont