Slow Money founder Woody Tasch has written four books, each of which has been heralded.
A Call to Farms$9.95Can enough of us steer, with requisite intention, in the direction of health and peace? Impelled by the war in Ukraine, this short volume explores the deep connections between food, nonviolence and new economic thinking. It has been called "a treasure of insight and inspiration" and "a recipe for cultural healing."
AHA!: Fake Trillions, Real Billions, Beetcoin and the Great American Do-Over$24.95We're headed for the greatest, noblest, messiest, most meaningful AHA! of all time. To get there, we need to navigate anew our relationship with money, financial markets and the limits of economic growth. Which would be scary, if it weren't for all the beauty and community we can find on a parallel path.
Inquiries into the Nature of Slow Money$21.95Could there ever be an alternative stock exchange dedicated to slow, small, and local? Could a million American families get their food from CSAs? What if you had to invest 50 percent of your assets within 50 miles of where you live? Such questions represent the first steps on our path to a new economy.
SOIL: Notes Towards the Theory and Practice of Nurture Capital$24.95It is about billions and trillions of dollars in the global economy, and billions and trillions of microbes in healthy, fertile soil. Nurture capital is a vision of finance that starts where investing and philanthropy leave off, giving us a new way to reconnect to one another and places where we live, all the way down to local food systems and the soil.