Join the LOFC Network and colleagues for a morning of presentations and conversations about co-operative food enterprise on June 2, as the Canadian Association for Food Studies and the Canadian Association for the Studies of Co-operation combine forces to bring out the best from both worlds.
Andrew's Cycling for Co-operatives adventures have come to a close - read his final blog post here!
Access to good food for all. Who can’t get behind that idea? NOFA-VT and an alliance within the New England cooperative economy are making strides each day toward this important and powerful goal.
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
Throughout the spring and summer of 2013, Andrew Alford will be travelling to meet co-operatives across Canada. Cycling for Cooperatives (C4C) is a grassroots initiative striving to empower and strengthen current or prospective farm and food-supplier cooperatives through offering an
JAFSCD welcomes submissions that explore the intersection of cooperatives with alternative food systems initiatives.
Network members sweep the Ontario-region of The Co-operators' National Co-op Challenge!
A new study, Healthy Foods Healthy Communities: The Social and Economic Impacts of Food Co-ops,* quantifies the impact food co-ops have as compared to conventional grocery stores.