A Conversation About Localism, Nonviolence,
and Creating a Peaceable Economy
“The question before us, then, is not only how we will mobilize to redress the immediate harm done by the current militarism and violence. The question is also how we will plant the seeds of a peaceable economy. There is no more fundamental place to start than with how we grow food, how we feed ourselves and one another, how we relate to and care for the land.”
—Woody Tasch, A Call to Farms
Join Slow Money founder Woody Tasch and a roundtable of leading farmers and financiers for a special online event celebrating the print release of A Call To Farms: Some Thoughts on Food, Money and Nonviolence in Honor of Wendell Berry.
The conversation will center on localism, nonviolence, and the ins and outs of “the world’s first non-crypto, non-currency” with a distinguished roundtable of guests: