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Tesla went through a period where it was burning through nearly half-a-million dollars an hour.
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Many of the most lauded business leaders had the enormous benefit of going out and putting a venture right into the ground. It undoubtedly made them better thinkers, leaders and business people. Conversely, many farmers are one mistake away from financial ruin. Can we really expect market changing innovation or the big risk taking that define other growth industries when the personal risks are so high?
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This is not to say that we should encourage aggressive venture-funded farming, but expecting farmers to bootstrap growth to keep up with rapidly increasing demand for their product is not going to lead to a resilient market. Providing that capital with fair and equitable terms allows them to do so without putting themselves, their businesses or their families in a precarious financial situation. The farmer has harvested highly perishable product, lost a day of productivity and likely traveled over 20 miles in the hopes of consumers eager to buy local food.
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Consumers, however, have risked only an hour or two of their Saturday morning. They have no obligation to buy or even to show up. This is on-balance, undeniably an environmental cause. We want small farms to grow because they are good stewards of the land and there is a lot of land that needs good stewardship. If we can lower a financial barrier to beginning farming, or provide the support needed to stay in it when all seems lost, then more land is either cultivated or stays cultivated.
Soil will be improved and our small corner of the world chips away at undoing the last 40 years of harm caused by industrial agriculture. Someone once described finance as moving money through time. Slow Money must be community-driven to reap the full rewards of its model.
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Banks and government agencies are ill-suited to fill this particular gap in funding. Slow Money takes a modern approach to the spirit of Granges and looks to recreate the web of support they provided. There may be less farmers than when Granges were at their strongest, but the population of eaters depending on farmers has never been greater or the need to give back more pressing.
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When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for some of the people some of the time and all of the people all of the time to reaffirm the political bands which have connected them with one another. Stand up and be counted as someone who wants to make a difference in this wacky world of irrational investing. We rely almost entirely on donations from fine people like you.
When a committed group of people do something small it can make a very big difference. Invest directly in your local foodshed.
We provide financial stewardship to local farms and food enterprises in two ways:
Let us know if you would like to learn how to make a loan. How much would you like to allocate for Slow Money loans in your community? Their nurture capital will be lent to borrowers that they select. These are loans made between people who know each other, and have established a friendship, or may be family members.
No fees are charged, we just grovel for donations. Submitting the Lender Information Form simply lets us know you are interested so in learning more about this lending model. That means you decide who you wish to lend money to and for how long. Are you sure you want to Yes No.
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