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October is Co-op Month. During the month we celebrate all the ways co-ops build a better world—through equality, through ownership and by investing in people and their communities. Since 1930, co-ops across the United States have convened every October to celebrate the cooperative movement's... Learn more
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Two organizations -the Federation of Southern Cooperatives headquartered in Georgia and the Black Fraternal Organization of Honduras - have been selected to receive the 7th annual Food Sovereignty Prize this year in an event that will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 14, in Des Moines, Iowa. The Food... Learn more
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Tired of getting nickle and dimed by your bank? Consider joining a Credit Union. Maintenance fees, minimum balance fees, overdraft fees - the list is endless. If your bank is taking a bite out of your budget, consider taking your business to a credit union. Credit unions offer the same services as... Learn more
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Tired of getting nickle and dimed by your bank? Consider joining a Credit Union. Maintenance fees, minimum balance fees, overdraft fees - the list is endless. If your bank is taking a bite out of your budget, consider taking your business to a credit union. Credit unions offer the same services as... Learn more
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September 1 constitutes the 50th anniversary of the Tibet Autonomous Region. To mark the occasion, ChinAfrica , Beijing Review  's sister publication, dispatched Hou Weili to compose a series of reports on the region and its people. What he found was a thriving cooperative culture. Read more at... Learn more
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September 1 constitutes the 50th anniversary of the Tibet Autonomous Region. To mark the occasion, ChinAfrica , Beijing Review  's sister publication, dispatched Hou Weili to compose a series of reports on the region and its people. What he found was a thriving cooperative culture. Read more at... Learn more
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In a rather science fictional moment, the Expedition 44 crew members on the International Space Station are about to eat the very first space crops. On Monday, a batch of red romaine lettuce will be harvested from the Veggie plant growth system on the ISS orbiting laboratory. Cosmically delicious... Learn more
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A Northern Michigan program is designed to get girls thinking about a life of agriculture. A group of middle school girls are learning that, although farming is traditionally a man's world, women can farm too. Farming For Our Future launched it's first Girls Can Farm program at Pond Hill in Harbor... Learn more
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New government funding will boost the networks of eight rural Internet service providers, including five customer-owned ISPs in areas that aren't densely populated enough to attract major investments from big cable companies and telcos. On Monday, the US Department of Agriculture announced the new... Learn more
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New government funding will boost the networks of eight rural Internet service providers, including five customer-owned ISPs in areas that aren't densely populated enough to attract major investments from big cable companies and telcos. On Monday, the US Department of Agriculture announced the new... Learn more
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