Julius & Jamie Ludavico and Co. with their new Ice Maker purchased with a Slow Money loan. J. Ludavico Farms has tripled their poultry production since the beginning of the year. Their chickens are raised using the Korean Natural Farming method and these folks really know what they're doing!!!
The most beautiful part of this Slow Money Hawaii loan however, is that it was made by one farmer to another along with a bit of mentoring.
This essay was reprinted by the Green Money Journal and offers a view of our current place in history from a slightly higher elevation. Interesting read. greenmoneyjournal.com/from-soil-to-sustainability/
Please join us for this great film! Proceeds from ticket sales are being donated to Slow Money Hawaii and will be used as 'seed monies' for The Aina Fund, a revolving loan fund that will be used to supplement private lending to Hawaii's small farmers and food entrepreneurs. For details and to see the trailer, go to: https://www.facebook.com/events/1116387108462447
It's still a work in progress but if any of you would be willing to take a moment to share comments and criticisms to help me improve the Slow Money Hawaii website, I would be ever-so-grateful. I'm especially interested to know if you have a better idea of what Slow Money is and how it works after visiting the site. If you have specific questions that aren't answered, please let me know what they are. Some specifics are necessarily unpublished, but it's my goal that you should have at least a general idea of how Slow Money works and know you are warmly invited to request more information.
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