122 January - February - 2006

Issue Number: 
122
Issue Months: 
January - February
Issue Year: 
2 006

Issue's Articles

Title Issue Date

Promoting leaders from among your existing staff offers a lot of advantages. Surprises are minimized—the person’s strengths and weaknesses are known quantities.

122 January - February - 2006 January 21, 2009

Eight years ago, the Lexington Co-op (Buffalo, N.Y.) was a hole in the wall doing $800,000 out of 1,200 square feet of well-worn retail space.

122 January - February - 2006 January 20, 2009

Kinnickinnic Avenue runs a diagonal path through the Bay View neighborhood of south side Milwaukee, Wis.

122 January - February - 2006 January 20, 2009

New markets, increased income for farm families, more children going to school, a new generation of ranchers coming back to the farm: all come in part from co-ops doing business with co-ops.

122 January - February - 2006 January 20, 2009

Organic agriculture faces a bigger threat than the potential for weakened standards on ingredients: contamination from genetically engineered crops.

122 January - February - 2006 January 20, 2009

Ask yourself this: How many of your local schools are using your co-op as a source of food and food education? If you would like to see that number increase, read on.

122 January - February - 2006 January 20, 2009

We all want to leave the co-op better than it was when we came on the board,” said Rachel Soffer, board president of Lakewinds Natural Foods, with stores in the Minneapolis suburbs of Anoka, Minnet

122 January - February - 2006 January 20, 2009

The following “open letter” was jointly written and issued in mid-November.

122 January - February - 2006 March 9, 2006