Co-ops, like food, are inherently grounded in place, as they arise from the needs of communities.
BALLE, which stands for Business Alliance for Local Living Economies, has come out with a toolkit on Community Capital. Download BALLE's Report her... Our Co-op Toolbox is available to members only. Please sign up for your membership and gain access
This great new resource on co-operative farming explores models from 42 start-up and established collaborative farm projects across North America.
This presentation focuses on worker co-ops in the food system, multi-stakeholder models, which include producers and consumers, and shares guidance for people exploring a co-operative business start-up or conversion.
This article is reprinted from the November-December 2012 issue of the Cooperative Grocer Magazine, and written by Stuart Reid. The mayor spoke at ... Our Co-op Toolbox is available to members only. Please sign up for your membership and gain access to these
This resource comes from Co-opZone, which provides Canadians with resources and consultants to help develop co-operatives.
The open-source software developed by the Oklahoma Food Co-op to facilitate a virtual farmers' market is now being used by three co-ops in Ontario - the Eastern Ontario Local Food Co-op, the Ottawa Valley Food Co-op, and the Niagara Local Food Co-op.
The question for CSA farmers is not how do I get one started, but how do I keep it going? The amount of work and the level of responsibility to you... Our Co-op Toolbox is available to members only. Please sign up