The Co-op is inviting “pitches” from young Whatcom County artists, innovators, and entrepreneurs (ages 18 to 30) for projects that generate inclusion and cooperation in the community. The winning proposal will be awarded $1,000.
We take pride in the goods and service we provide and continually look for ways to improve. To that end, we’re excited
to introduce a new, additional way to hear from shoppers. Check your receipts!
Join Bharti Nagal, of Yoga Way of Life, for a series of six Healthy Connections workshops that combine yoga practice and ayurvedic cooking.
Application deadline July 31. If you know of a worthy organization, let them know about this funding opportunity! Read more to learn how to support the current SEED recipients and how to apply online for the 2020 program.
Lummi Nation will host the Paddle to Lummi 2019, welcoming as many as 100 canoe families to come ashore onto Lummi territory on July 24 for the annual Tribal Canoe Journey.
Lupita Nava grew up eating freshly made tortillas with every meal. Now you can enjoy her locally made tortillas based on a family recipe and enhanced with the healthiest ingredients.
Meet Nola, the creator and owner of Salsa Mama and learn about her inspirational journey to create this local, small batch, preservative-free salsa made with care in Sedro-Woolley.
Meet Modesto Hernandez Leal and Ramón Barba Torres, co-founders and worker-owners of Cooperativa Tierra y Libertad. These local farmworkers are proud to provide ethically produced berries from their farmworker-owned cooperative in Everson.
Find recipes and stories about the new local farmerworker cooperative, the record-breaking year for the Co-op Farm Fund, the Paddle to Lummi 2019, vendor profiles, and Healthy Connections classes.