Held in Huntsville, Ontario from March 21st to 22nd 2017, this assembly brings together co-operative managers, farmers and food system developers to learn from each other. The two days are filled with workshops conducted by those on the ground fromRead more
2nd Fair Finance Day March 20th – Huntsville
To build a resilient food co-op sector, we bring together existing and emerging co-ops, stakeholders and members for events to learn from each other about best practices, and to share on opportunties for co-operation and community building within the food
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The value of a co-operative network such as the LOFC is that we can bring together our membership to work towards common goals to strengthen the co-operative food sector in Ontario. Active Projects Northern Ontario Co-op Field Schools With the
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Members of the LOFC get the benefit of access to tools, resources and activities to strengthen their co-ops while building a community of co-operatives for a more resilient food system.
What Happening in the Co-op Food System
Download the full Request for Proposals here Summary and Background The Local Organic Food Co-ops Network is currently accepting proposals for the Co-operative Local Food Marketing Consultant position. Project summary: International Co-op Principle #6: Co-operation among Co-operatives Co-operatives serveRead more
From Dryden to Windsor, there are food co-ops across the province that meet the needs of their members through the use, processing, sale and distribution of local foods. They vary from consumer to multi-stakeholder co-ops, from start up to establishedRead more