October 14, 2015 @ 2:00 pm – 6:30 pm America/New York Timezone
Chase Center at the Vermont Law School
164 Chelsea St
South Royalton, VT 05068
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Investing in the New Economy: Investments for the Sake of Climate and Community

At this public, half-day symposium participants will consider practical investment strategies as presented by the White River Investment Club, the Vermont Community Loan Fund, the Vermont Food Investor Network and other leaders in the field. A panel of speakers featuring Gus Speth, noted environmentalist and founder of the New Economy Law Center at Vermont Law School, will frame the need for transformative action, with other presenters available to answer questions and point to viable options to accommodate portfolios of all sizes. The symposium is also a chance to talk about a fossil-fuel free “new economy” and set a framework for local farm and food system investment opportunities.

Wednesday, October 14, 2015; 2:00 – 6:30 p.m., Chase Center at the Vermont Law School, 164 Chelsea St, South Royalton.

Open to anyone who interested in putting their money where their heart is. $10 suggested registration. Light refreshments served, cash bar. Inquiries, please contact:  Chris Wood at [email protected].

Register on the Eventbrite page.

Organized by BALE (Building a Local Economy), Donella Meadows Institute, Clean Yield Asset Management and Slow Money Vermont. Sponsors include Two Rivers Ottauquechee Regional Commission, Vermont Law School, Vermont Community Loan Fund, Sustainable Woodstock, Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund, and King Arthur Flour

This is part of TRORC’s economic development efforts for our region.