RSF Fall Quarterly: Can Food Create Community?

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RSF Fall Quarterly: Can Food Create Community?

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The Fall @RSFSocFinance Quarterly is out! This issue focuses on community building aspect of food & land:

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Wednesday, October 15, 2014 - 9:05am

In the latest issue of the RSF Quarterly we focus on the community building aspect of food and land. Hear from John Bloom as he explores various views of land and money, and the dynamic tension between the two. Catherine Covington gives us an update on RSF’s Local Initiative Fund which supports the growth of regional food systems and resilient local economies. InClients in Conversation, Ethan Schaffer of Viva Farms and Rita Ordóñez of Community Action of Skagit County reflect on their experience in the Shared Gifting circle held by RSF in Skagit County, Washington and explain how they are building a sustainable, local food system. Learn about what RSF borrower Uncle Matt’s Organic is doing to revolutionize Florida’s citrus groves. And, see how you can help us find the next 25 social enterprise stars.

To download an electronic copy of the Quarterlyclick here.


Keywords: Finance & Socially Responsible Investment | Local Initiative Fund | RSF Social Finance | community | food