Oct. 5, 6:30 − 9:00 p.m., Denver Botanic Gardens, Mitchell Hall, 1007 York St., Denver. Every food dollar we spend supports some agricultural business-be it a farm, a restaurant, a grocer, a distributor, an aggregator, a processor, or a marketer. This event will demonstrate that the Slow Money approach is not just for investors and entrepreneurs, but for everyone who partakes of local food. Featuring the founder of Slow Money, Woody Tasch--along with Transition Colorado's Michael Brownlee and several local food system innovators, including Colorado Aquaponics, will spark conversations and connections amongst local eaters, food and farming entrepreneurs, investors, intermediaries, food activists, and other interested parties. Learn how you can take action to strengthen local food systems, building stronger, more self-reliant communities. Admission $20. Click here to register, or call 720-865-3580. Sponsored by Localization Partners LLC and BSW Wealth Partners.