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Bloomingfoods to Close Elm Heights Location
Consolidation Takes Place in May 2106
Central Co-op Vies with New Seasons Grocery for Capitol Hill Site
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Meeting the $15/hour Challenge at Central Co-op
Implementing a Livable Wage in a Competitive Market
Co-op General Manager Success Profile
GM Role Requires Core Competencies
Mentoring Can Make All the Difference
Established Co-ops Helping Startups
The Co-operative Group Roller Coaster Ride
Boards, Management, and Members All Taken on a Big Spin—But It’s Not Over Yet
New Capital Campaign Workbook Available
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Great Jobs in Food Co-ops
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April 28, 2016
Wellness Assistant Manager
Seward Community Co-op
May 12, 2016
April 25, 2016
Good Earth Food Cooperative
Saint Cloud, MN
May 31, 2016
April 20, 2016
General Manager - MoCo (Morrisville Food Co-op)
MoCo (Morrisville Food Co-op)
May 21, 2016
April 15, 2016
Human Resources Manager
Ocean Beach People's Organic Food Market
May 15, 2016
April 14, 2016
Human Resources Manager
Mississippi Market Natural Foods Co-op
May 14, 2016
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Fair pricing at Seward Co-op
Voting for a solidarity economy
“A farm is virtually a living organism. The tragedy of our time is that cultural philosophies and market realities are squeezing life’s vitality out of most farms.” ― Joel Salatin With our growing...
Cuba's Food Innovations
Cuba’s ongoing advances in both urban agriculture and cooperative formation are now more open to visitors and shared knowledge. See this recent discussion: http://sustainablefoodtrust.org/articles/...
Natural Harvest Food Co-op Expands
LHB Selected for Relocation Project in Virginia, MN
LHB has been selected to provide architectural and engineering services for the relocation and expansion of Natural Harvest Food Co-op in Virginia, Minnesota. The co-op is relocating to Silver Lake...
Update from East Aurora Co-op Market
The timeline has taken a swift turn and it's now time to ramp up in many areas, including hiring employees. We will be looking for people who embody everything the Co-op represents and are...
Food Co-op Looks at Sites
A local food cooperative is conducting detailed studies of two potential sites for a grocery store after opting out of the lease for a site on the north side of Columbus. Columbus Food Co-op is...
Updating "Who Owns Organic"
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The newest (2016) version of a very informative chart, “Who Owns Organics,” has been made available by its author, Dr. Phil Howard of Michigan State, and its collaborator the Cornucopia Institute:...
CDF Receives CHS Foundation 2016 Cooperative Education Grant
January 2016: Washington, DC - The CHS Foundation, Inver Grove Heights, MN, awarded a grant to the Cooperative Development Foundation (CDF) to enhance cross-sector understanding of cooperative...
AB 816: Cooperatives Come to California
Worker Co-ops and CA Law
The "worker cooperative" is an old corporate form that has never really taken root in California. Blending elements of corporate formation, employment, labor, taxation and securities laws, Assembly...
Board Challenges and Co-op Failures
A discussion on how to govern co-ops effectively, especially large ones, has been recharged by the recent closure of Co-op Atlantic. Co-op Atlantic’s demise is covered in both the current and...
10 Amazing Food Co-ops Across America
Cooperatively owned grocery stores exist all over the country. Some have thousands of members and have been around since the 1970s, and some opened within the past few years to serve communities with...
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