christa sauers

Soil 2017

christa sauers
Soil 2017

Soil 2017

If you’ve never considered the intersection of agriculture, modern society and economics, the new book by Woody Tasch, founder and chairman of Boulder’s Slow Money Institute, is a fascinating read. SOIL: Notes Towards the Theory and Practice of Nurture Capital, published by the Institute, uses photography, poetry, philosophy and practical wisdom gleaned from food growers and artisans to educate readers about a buoyant model of finance called nurture capital, which works by investing funds with businesses dedicated to preserving the health of the land and community. To order a copy, visit SlowMoney.org.