Slow Money is Coming to the Central Coast

Slow Money is all about local food economy and it’s coming closer to home!
If you live or work near Monterey, Santa Cruz, Watsonville, or Salinas, this very special event is for you:

Grand Opening of Slow Money Central Coast
Tuesday, February 27th, 2018, 6pm – 8pm
Wave Street Studios
774 Wave St, Monterey, CA 93940 [map]

RSVP required (space limited)

Inspiring national and regional presenters will describe how Slow Money works, with examples of successful Slow Money supported businesses. Presenters include:

  • Arno Hesse, co-leader of Slow Money Northern California and investor in multiple local food enterprises. Co-Founder of community funding services Credibles and Investibule.
  • Merrilee Olson of PRESERVE Farm Kitchens, taking farm produce that might go to the compost pile and turning it into a delicious preserved food in jars, for farmers and entrepreneurs to sell.
  • Sherry Flumberfeldt, Director of the Monterey Bay Fisheries Trust which is working to invigorate an active sustainable and local fishing economy
  • Pam Burns of Monterey’s The Wild Plum Cafe serving food, refreshments and inspiration

Slow Money is a local network of entrepreneurs, investors and donors who provide local food, fish and farm businesses with funding under fair terms between food entrepreneurs and the individuals or groups who wish to support them.

We are committed to the sustainable growth of small local businesses which benefit the local food economy and the health of the Central Coast.

Slow Money is committed to supporting vibrant soils and oceans, a thriving local economy, a healthy population and a quality food system on the Central Coast!