113 July - August - 2004

Issue Number: 
113
Issue Months: 
July - August
Issue Year: 
2 004

Issue's Articles

Title Issue Date

Co-op employees have high expectations of their employers. And they should. We claim to run our businesses with multiple bottom lines.

113 July - August - 2004 December 27, 2008

The annual food co-op conference provides important opportunities for recognizing achievements and inspiring more.

113 July - August - 2004 March 28, 2006

This time of year for many of us is a celebration of the senses, with the many in-season produce possibilities: sweet, chin-dripping peaches, fresh and rich flavored corn, aromatic melons that take

113 July - August - 2004 August 26, 2004

At their founding convention in late May, the United States Federation of Worker Cooperatives and Democratic Workplaces set some ambitious goals.

113 July - August - 2004 August 26, 2004

On May 4, at a special meeting of the National Cooperative Grocers Association (NCGA) membership, the membership directed management to proceed with the reorganization as detailed in the reorganiza

113 July - August - 2004 August 26, 2004

American agriculture has reached a fork in the road. Mainstream agriculture, veering down one path, has become highly concentrated, capital intensive, and driven by biotechnology.

113 July - August - 2004 August 26, 2004

Some 100 co-ops representing over 30 states made this year’s CCMA annual conference feel like a family reunion. We talked with cooperators whom we had not seen since last year or longer.

113 July - August - 2004 August 26, 2004

Cooperative Service:
Gail Graham

113 July - August - 2004 August 26, 2004

"How will you headline your report? ‘Too Much Love in the Air’?” one manager asked me.

113 July - August - 2004 August 26, 2004