by Matt Lowe, Produce Department As a long-time friend and former environmental activist cohort of Suzy Hamilton’s, I was deeply saddened by her passing this September. So full of life and heart right up until … Continue reading Suzy Hamilton’s Community Legacy
2016 Annual General Meeting (AGM) Please note that this article includes informal highlights of the evening only. Formal minutes will be presented at next year’s AGM for adoption by the membership. This year, more than … Continue reading 2016 AGM Recap & Annual Report
Ariah’s Edibles is a family business in beautiful Glade BC. Mother and son team Ariah and Aaron, along with other involved family members, are passionate about creating healthy and tasty alternatives to conventional fast foods, … Continue reading Ariah’s Edibles
Crooked Horn Farm is a certified organic market garden located just south of Winlaw, on the banks of the Slocan River. Farmer’s Ange Weir and Gord Spankie, have a strong sense of responsibility for the … Continue reading Crooked Horn Farm
As you can probably see by looking at the Nelson Commons, your Co-op is getting pretty close to being able to move in to our new store this Fall! We expect that residents will begin … Continue reading Member Update: Your New Co-op is the Talk of the Town!
The Kootenay Co-op is hiring for October! As anticipation builds for the move to our new location we are working hard behind the scenes to get ready to impress our members and other customers. A … Continue reading The Kootenay Co-op is hiring for October!
Earth Temple Gardens are breathtakingly beautiful certified organic market gardens in Argenta and Meadow Creek stewarded by Michael Silver. Michael aspires to grow vegetables for four seasons following ecological practices that will sustain and enrich … Continue reading Earth Temple Gardens
“What grows around us heals us.” – Colleen Emery Emery Herbals Botanical Dispensary is located in Winlaw, BC. Master Herbalist and Clinical Aromatherapist Colleen Emery is passionate about cultivating connection to the natural world and … Continue reading Emery Herbals
For many years now in my role as a journalist/public speaker, I’ve had the opportunity to see our co-op through the eyes of others — particularly those who don’t have a community-owned, locally-focused grocery store. In … Continue reading Fresh perspectives on our co-op
The Co-op’s Board of Directors has a total of seven Director seats. This year, there are three candidates running for two seats. The candidates are Maureen Kelsey, John Kingsmill and Anne Mowat. Continuing on the board … Continue reading Candidate Profiles: now on video!