Investment pro Woody Tasch is evolving his own field.
Profoundly inspired by the nature of soil - yes, that BROWN stuff we typically march right over - his work serves its loamy muse by plowing, so to speak, "Nurture Capital" directly into the Local/Sustainable Food movement, yielding ROI of healthier soil and stronger local community economics and culture. He calls this prophet-able enterprise Slow Money.
Woody Tasch's turns of phrase and process grew an investment movement from his publication a decade ago of the now-classic Inquiries Into the Nature of Slow Money - Investing As If Food, Farms and Fertility Mattered.
Now he is structuring SOIL, Slow Opportunities for Investing Locally. He articulates how and why the transformative aim of this economic system works in his mytho-poetic and colossally detailed new book SOIL 2017 - Notes Toward the Theory and Practice of Nurture Capital.
Tasch is the bard of a new economic saga, the story of bringing our human relations with money soundly back to Earth. His work is surely, slowly meeting a "lively serious," planetary-scale human need.
Music: The Exotic Future of Money, performed live at KDHX by Kinetics THANK YOU Anna Holland, engineer for Earthworms Related Earthworms Conversations: The Genuine Progress Indicator with Dr. Eric Zencey (March 2015)
2% Solutions for the Planet, Courtney White's Super Stories of Green Innovation (Oct 2015)
Slow Food St. Louis Project Garlic (October 2015)