Congratulations to the winners of the 2017 Local Farmer Awards! Learn more about these local farmers and why the farming community selected them for special recognition.
The Co-op is honored to host a special First Friday and October art show in collaboration with the Lummi community featuring photos from Jesintel—meaning to learn and grow together.
We have been named a Sustainability Star by National Co+op Grocers (NCG) for excellence in our sustainability efforts. The Co-op is one of ten co-ops nationwide recognized for their 2016 performance.
Every year at the Hootenanny we present Farmer Awards that recognize the achievements of deserving local farmers. Join us in congratulating all of the 2017 nominees. (Pictured above are the 2016 winners.)
Sarah’s got the answer for a good night’s sleep and September’s new items are full of flavor and loaded with healthy probiotics!
The farmers of Spring Time Farm found a natural division of labor with Nick Spring taking the lead on the vegetable side of things and Sarah Robinson using her decidedly green thumb as the lead farmer-florist.
Combine these techniques with a selection of meats, fish, and farm fresh vegetables and fruits harvested at the peak of flavor.
Hello, summer! Cool off and have fun with these picks from the Co-op.
See what’s new at the Co-op! Staff pick (it’s gluten-free!) and three newbies: Tucson Tamales, Grillo’s Pickles, and Forager Project Creamy Dairy-free Cashewgurt. Learn all about them! Each item carefully selected by our department managers to meet our quality guarantee.
Read these two inspiring updates from MAC grant recipients: Familias Unidas por la Justicia and Community to Community Development’s Jardin de Tierra y Libertad. Learn how your shopping dollars directly help the Co-op support local farmworker communities.