The Mississippi Council of Cooperatives (MCC) truly practices the Cooperative Principles, especially P7 - Concern for Community. The MCCA has endowed a scholarship memorializing longtime Mississi
Ever wanted to try your hand at writing poetry? Are you already a poet and looking for people who share your interest? Then, The Rooster Moans Poetry Cooperative may be for you. The coo
Cabot worked with Chalo, Inc., a Vermont-based startup, to create the Reward Vo
A recent post on http://www.booktrade.info discusses an exciting new trend in publishing - electronic author cooperatives. Groups of writers combi
Following Community Empowerment, a sophomore Leadership Fellows class taught by adjunct professor Patrick Harman during Winter Term, four Elon students came up with ideas for cooperatives in the Bu
USDA-Rural Development recently named the largest 100 ag co-ops (by sales) for 2010. These co-ops reported near record revenue of $118 billion in 2010, a 4 percent increase over 2009. Net income
The Canton Daily Ledger reports that "more than 250 students from rural areas of Illinois traveled to Springfield on Wednesday, March 28, for the Illinois Electric and Telephone Cooperativ
This fast-paced video celebrates the "International Year of the Cooperative." It highlights the important role electric co-ops play in the American marketplace as well as the economy.
According to a recent press release, ""CHS Harvest for Hunger rallied thousands of CHS employees, customers and partners to collectively raise the equivalent of 2.45 million meals for hungry famili
"Concern for Community" is one of the seven principles upon which cooperatives are founded. A recent article in the heraldonline demonstrates how the electric cooperativs of South Carolin
A recent article by the Capital Institute, discusses how an unusual partnership in Cleveland, OH, is serving as a model of job creation, and wealth-building in an impoverished urban nei
A recent article in the Christian Science Monitor touts the benefits of the cooperative business model. "Co-ops worldwide represent much more than hippie grocery stores: They're a fast-growing
A recent article on mysuburbanlife.com describes how the Lemont, IL, Public Library is preparing for state funding cuts by joining a new, six-library cooperative that will result in more
What makes electric cooperatives different from other utilities is that “giving something back to the community” is part of their business plan.
The community of Lawrence, KS has long been a supporter of cooperatives. From nursery schools, to food, to finance, to housing, Lawrence has a co-op to fit these needs. Learn more about these Kan
In celebration of the United Nation's 2012 "International Year of Cooperatives" and to honor those who volunteer their time, Cabot Creamery Cooperative created Reward Volunteers®, the nation's firs
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