What if a nonprofit wrote a report and city policy actually changed as a result?
AURORA, Colo. — Cassie Larimer is the assistant director of Happy Ladybug Early Learning, a child care center and preschool tucked into a one-story brick building in this city east of Denver.
The romance of neoliberal peasant farming blinds us to our collective power
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Katherine Martinko | treehugger.com --You'll be shocked to learn what goes on behind the scenes at grocery stores – and relieved to know there's a much better alternative.
nmpf.org | Oct. 28, 2019 --Dairy is a quirky commodity. It’s a highly perishable product “harvested” every day. It’s in all 50 states.
Posted by Mandy Makinen | strongertogether.coop --I am probably the last person you would expect to own a grocery store, and yet, I do. In fact, I own three.
Isabella Garcia | Oct. 10, 2019 --A coming wave of Baby Boomer retirements threatens the survival of many small businesses. This initiative is making employee-ownership a more viable option.
Posted by Bette Brand, Administrator, USDA Rural Business-Cooperative Service in Rural | Oct.
Author from T&D World | Sept. 5, 2019 --Fifteen volunteer electric cooperative lineworkers are headed to rural Bolivia in early September to bring the gift of power to five communities that lack access to electricity.