Twenty-nine New England food co-ops are collaborating to make wholesome, nutritious food more accessible to all community members.
Andrew's finished the first leg of his 2-leg(ged) journey and is resting up before hitting Southwestern Ontario for more food co-op fun this summer.
Andrew Alford is still on his epic food co-op bicycle tour across Canada!
Follow Andrew's travels by bike to food co-ops across Eastern Ontario.
Andrew is heading out on a food co-op cycle tour of Eastern Canada!
Eat Local Sudbury Co-op and True North Community Co-op Support Each Other! by Katherine Mackenzie, Eat Local Sudbury (former Board Chair) Thunder Bay in February is an impressive spot – the winter is that much sharper than Sudbury’s. Perhaps it’s
Exploring ways to create new local sustainable food systems brought farmers, representatives of agricultural co-operatives and social innovators together in the County of Brant on Thursday.
From now on, the global mantra for filling market gaps is going to be, “There’s a co-op for that.” But co-ops need customers, money, and training. How do we shift from business as usual to the work of cooperation?