CGN Member (Associate)

This food co-op is an associate member of CGN.

Carolina Common Enterprise

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Submitted by Thomas Beckett on June 11, 2015 - 12:16 pm EDT

Recent years have seen a growing need for new and better ways of doing business, working productively, and addressing poverty, unemployment, and other consequences of a declining economy. Carolina Common Enterprise organized in 2012 to meet these needs through fostering cooperative enterprise and community development.

Food Co-op Friends and Scholars

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Submitted by Site Administrator on November 1, 2013 - 12:23 pm EDT

This Group provides a home for food co-op fans that participated in the former general listserve but don't have a current formal relationship with a CGN member.  Great for emeirtus directors, scholars, and other fans fo food co-ops that want to participate in CGN's General Discussion Group.

To join, please email [email protected] with a brief explanation of your interest and relationship to the food co-ops.



Submitted by Bryan Munson on April 16, 2013 - 1:45 pm EDT

NCBA offers a wide variety of programs and services to its members and the cooperative community. In the continued pursuit to protect cooperatives, NCBA is an active entity on Capitol Hill to lobby on issue of importance for all cooperatives.

Founded in 1916, NCBA's mission is to develop, advance and protect cooperative businesses and to demonstrate the power of the cooperative business model to achieve economic and social impacts.

NCDF: Northcountry Cooperative Development Fund

Submitted by Weidling on March 25, 2013 - 2:53 pm EDT

Northcountry Cooperative Development Fund (NCDF) is a cooperatively owned community development loan fund committed to fostering economic democracy by investing in cooperative enterprises. NCDF serves more than 170 member cooperatives in more than 30 states, including retail grocery, consumer, producer, housing, and worker-owned cooperatives.  

InCoGNito Co-op

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Submitted by Dan Shedd on September 20, 2012 - 4:14 pm EDT

If we were a real co-op, you would be hard pressed to know what we really do.  We like it that way.  Our staff and members are hard to recognize in public, and can only be verified by the co-op logo tattooed not so prominently on a cheek.