Investing in Small Farms with Slow Money, March 6

Investing in Small Farms with Slow Money
Seacoast Permaculture Group
Seacoast Local Collaborative Office Group, 1 Washington St, Suite 457, Dover, NH
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
7 – 10 pm

David will discuss the developing realm of community capital and the diversity of access to capital for farmers and other small independent businesses in our food system. He will also touch on the principles of Slow Money. There will be a short presentation, followed by lots of question and answer and discussion.

David Boynton grew up on a farm in NH in an entrepreneurial family. He is currently the ED at Seacoast Local, a local business led non-profit building a local living economy through community collaboration. He’s owned a small business and run others. In the past two years, he’s transitioned his focus with an MBA in Sustainability from Antioch New England, working in the local food movement and learning about the local policy world. He knows that we can make a real impact with our choices surrounding money, the environment, and our communities, and is excited to be helping to move this work forward.

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