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Indiana's electric cooperatives and their statewide magazine, Electric Consumer, invite Indiana K-12 students to enter the Cooperative Calendar of Student Art Contest. A complete set of rules, instructions, required entry forms and additional contest information are available visiting... Learn more
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For a while now, there’s been a growing interest in what’s called “community wealth-building”. That means strengthening locally-rooted and locally- held businesses and investing vehicles, with worker cooperatives, Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) and impact investors as some of... Learn more
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In November of 2012, a month after Hurricane Sandy hit Far Rockaway, a neighborhood in Queens, New York, 10,000 residents were still living without power. Henry Lezama, a construction worker and Far Rockaway resident of 14 years took his family to a local church where others had gathered for aid... Learn more
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In November of 2012, a month after Hurricane Sandy hit Far Rockaway, a neighborhood in Queens, New York, 10,000 residents were still living without power. Henry Lezama, a construction worker and Far Rockaway resident of 14 years took his family to a local church where others had gathered for aid... Learn more
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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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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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In 2011, staff from the Latino Economic Development Center (LEDC) in Minneapolis met with about 30 residents of Long Prairie, Minn., to discuss starting a farmer cooperative that would improve their income and promote economic development. After meetings throughout that winter, the cooperative... 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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When it comes to “buying local,” co-ops wrote the book. That’s because cooperatives are homegrown by everyday people who join together to solve a problem or meet a need. Did you know the co-ops in your community are owned and democratically controlled by people just like you? Cooperatives are part... Learn more
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Here's another example of Cooperatives putting Principle 7 into action: Concern for Community...... It was a day of memories accompanied by deep sighs, awed expressions, some laughs and a few tears as 68 Kentucky veterans viewed war and military memorials erected in their honor. The record... Learn more
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