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
Thinking of starting a co-operative? Looking to improve or expand your existing operations? We can help. Our toolbox hosts an ever expanding list of resources for you at any point in your co-op evolution. Can't find what your looking for?
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.
Want to learn some sector specific knowledge, shaped to your own co-op's needs? Why not learn from a fellow co-operator with experience. Join the P2P mentorship program today.
An Inside Look at Area Farms & Co-ops! Saturday, August 26th Join us to learn more about local farming, how co-ops have supported the continued…
In 2017, Farms at Work published a great report on possible opportunities for community egg grading stations. Having access to nearby egg grading facilities allows…
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