Woody Tasch thinks like a root vegetable grows: slow, sure, mostly underground, deeply nourishing.
From this perspective, in collaboration with a rainbow circle of fellow evolutionists, comes the investment structure Tasch and friends call Beetcoin: small local donations generating Zero interest, locally-made loans supporting local sustainable food systems and the community economics they feed to flourish - aiming to work on a global scale.
A mission-focused investment strategist since the 1990s, Tasch keeps FUN in focus, in his serious business of transforming systems: food, funding, social values. Since 2010, the Slow Money movement he has fronted has channeled $80 million to over 800 organic farms and local food enterprises via volunteer-led efforts in dozens of communities.
Beetcoin taps the Internet, grounding your way to chip in, no matter where you live. Dig into this idea! www.Beetcoin.org
Thanks to Andy Heaslet, Earthworms audio engineer, and to Jon Valley, KDHX Production Wiz!
Related Earthworms conversations:
Slow Money's Woody Tasch on Culture, Poetry, Imagination, SOIL (July 2018)