New Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion strategic plan goal guides our work, creates transparency and accountability, helps to create a Co-op that welcomes everyone.
Tell us why your school rocks, and we’ll select one of the nominated schools and fill its break room with goodies from the Co-op. Kids can nominate too!
Co-op member-owners have already invested more than $1.2 million! The opportunity to invest has been extended to April 14. Learn how and why to invest in your co-op and your community.
Choosing a winter squash can be confounding. Use this helpful guide to winter squash and learn about some of the common varieties you’ll love, along with their attributes and best uses.
Check out Karl’s staff pick and see what’s new in the aisles at the Co-op! Healthy bone broth soups, carb-conscious baking mixes, and a little bubbly caffeinated drink.
To kick off Eat Local Month in September, the Co-op and Sustainable Connections hosted the Hootenanny to Benefit the Co-op’s Farm Fund. All ages gathered to celebrate community, dance, enjoy a delicious meal, and to present the Local Farmer Awards.
Jim Ashby, who last month retired from his job as the Co-op’s general manager, was the Co-op’s first GM. Thanks, Jim, for your years of skillful and compassionate leadership, and your dedication!
At the Co-op, the local love continues well beyond September! We love working with local businesses and farmers every day, all year long! In 2017, the Co-op purchased nearly $1.5 million in goods from Whatcom County providers.
Check our list of five essential items to keep summer rolling for a few more weeks and keep you adventuring well into ski season.
The Co-op has joined our fellow co-ops across the country to complete 1 million acts of kindness in 2018 in the #Coops4Kindness Challenge. We are already spreading kindness! See how we do it!