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Jarred Maxwell

Austin Foodshed Investors cofounder Jarred Maxwell (left) and Tandem Farm Co. owner Jordan Bednar (right).

28 Local Groups

$57 million invested in 632 food enterprises

The Slow Money movement is built around local groups, which catalyze local food investing in a variety of ways—peer-to-peer lending, public meetings, pitch fests, and on-farm events. Local Slow Money groups are organized as informal networks and/or investment clubs. We celebrate a diversity of approaches, including everything from 0% microloans to low-interest loans of a $100,000 or more.

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