At Envi Ultralounge, Racine, Nov 11.
Visit the Special Event page to learn more.
Woody Tasch, author of “Inquiries into the Nature of Slow Money: Investing as if Food, Farms, and Fertility Mattered” and founder of the Slow Money Movement, talks about the movement and about getting people together who grow, transport, sell, and consume locally grown good food.
When you listen to Woody Tasch speak, you’ll hear him use the term “foodshed”. There is a useful Wikipedia discussion here. “A foodshed is the geographic region that produces the food for a particular population…”
The Racine Journal Times ran a story on the front page of the June 10th edition, about Wild Root Market’s decision to turn attention away from the former Piggly Wiggly grocery store.
Video of our Annual Meeting, held April 14, 2014.
If you were unable to attend the 2014 meeting, this video will bring you completely up-to-date. (Please note that if the video does not seem to start at the beginning, you can use your cursor to drag the progress indicator back to the left side to start over.)
This in-depth story about Wild Root Market appeared March 27, 2014 in the Racine Journal Times’ special section, Racine County Open For Business.
Wisconsin ranks in the top ten, at eighth, according to this article. Texas ranks worst, with Illinois at eighth worst. Here is another article about the same report.
Thanks to our friends at Racine TV for this terrific promotional video shot on location at the Wild Root Market Annual Owners’ Meeting on April 14 at First Presbyterian Church in Racine.
Take a look! And then check out RacineTV at http://racine.tv/ for more good news about Racine!