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ELIOT COLEMAN

“I love fertile soil, and, as much, I love fertile minds. Woody Tasch has one. His heart ain’t bad, either. He puts both to marvelous, and very important, effect in this book. It is a vital next step for all of us who care about food, farms, slow money and what lies ahead.”

ELIOT COLEMANAuthor, The New Organic Grower

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Notes Towards the Theory and Practice of Nurture Capital
by Woody Tasch

COMING SOON Publishing date: October 15, 2017

The book will be available for purchase at our upcoming event in Boulder and thereafter.

Leslie Christian

“We need new economic thinking. Meta-economic thinking. Thinking that can get us from the Prudent Man Rule to the Prudent Woman Rule. Tasch has named it: nurture capital. This book is a major new work by someone who is taking his place among some of our most important public intellectuals and activists. A must read—fun, provocative, inspiring—for all who care about food, finance, culture and soil.”

Leslie Christian‎Investment Advisor, Northstar Asset Management
Martin Ping

“The mix of poetry and pragmatism in Inquiries into the Nature of Slow Money sparked a movement. The poetry and pragmatism, herein, are even more beautiful, more powerful. This is our next clarion call to farms.”

Martin PingExecutive Director, Hawthorne Valley Association
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