In this latest issue of the RSF Quarterly, we highlight farmers and food entrepreneurs who are dedicated to building a healthy food system. Rachel and Steffen Schneider of Hawthorne Valley Farm share insights on farming that is values-based and rooted in culture. In Clients in Conversation, Chris Mann of Guayaki and Rob Everts of Equal Exchange reflect on how they’ve been able to create impact and build sustainable supply chains while staying true to their organizational missions. Guest essayists Stephanie and Chris Tebbutt of Filigreen Farm offer a farmer’s perspective on carbon and the future of the planet. And learn how RSF borrower DC Central Kitchen innovates at the intersection of food and an urban community.
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KEYWORDS: Finance & Socially Responsible Investment, Environment and Climate Change, RSF Social Finance, RSF Quarterly, DC Central Kitchen, Hawthorne Valley Farm, Filigreen Farm, Guayaki, Equal Exchange
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