“What's in a name? That which we call a rose / By any other name would smell as sweet” Just like that 16th century love stories and high school Literature classes feel relevant to the struggles of a modern day food co-op.
Reflections on cooperation and social balance. It's never too late for positive change.
These proposed bylaw changes will be up for vote on the upcoming ballot.
Find out what's growing on in the garden outside the co-op's main entry doors.
While we are engaging in food equity work, we wanted to draw in local artists of color to get their perspective on the intersection between access to food and community in the form of a mural that we hope to have placed on our external cafe seating area walls. This mural represents our recommitment to our co-operative principles and a celebration of what makes our Co-op possible, our community.
How your Co-op is looking out for the safety of our shoppers, our employees, and the community.
Many people find change to be one of the more difficult factors in life to leverage. While change can feel uncomfortable at times, it's really a necessary piece of the puzzle in making a bigger, better picture for everyone.
Self care is crucial. We tend to see it as a singular topic, but self-care at work may look very different from self-care at home. The challenges are different; the solutions sometimes complex, particularly for those of us who work in the service industry.
We started this new decade with the spirit of refreshing, re-evaluating and recommitting. The Co-op's operational team worked together to identify some areas of focus for the coming year that would help us in our mission to cultivate a spirit of community and enrich health and well-being.
Environment, Erie, and Education. The three E's which define our Ends at the Co-op. For each of these, we have a committee comprised of staff members who have chosen to make it their mission to see how the co-op can be its best in each one of these areas.