The most important benefit of becoming a Co-op Owner is knowing that you are investing your money in your community, and the warm feeling inside knowing that you support our mission by contributing your dollars and your participation.
Luckily for you, there is a whole lot of other benefits which make joining the Co-op a no-brainer.
Each month Co-op Owners receive a coupon good for 10% off all regularly priced items. This can be redeemed any day for any size purchase.
Everyday, Co-op Owners enjoy a 5% discount in the bulk department.
Special Orders and Case Discounts
Owners can make special orders or buy cases of many products at a discount. For more information about Special Orders, please visit our Special Orders page.
Owners Have a Voice
We welcome your good ideas and suggestions for building a stronger co-op. We have a suggestion box located in the store, or you can make suggestions and give feedback here. Owners are also eligible to vote on Co-op affairs and elections.
Owner May Run for Office
As a Co-op Owner, you are eligible to run for a position on the Board of Directors.
Owners May Serve on Co-op Committees
Committees perform a variety of tasks and play an important role in making The Co-op what we want it to be: a Co-op run by the community for the community.
Free and Discounted Workshops
The Co-op hosts workshops and seminars that focus on cooking skills, gardening, farming, health and nutrition, value added products, and much more. Workshops are held at The Co-op as well as other locations including local farms.
The Co-op hosts community events and other opportunities for you to meet your fellow Co-op Owners and spend time getting to know people in the community. Events and programs are announced on The Co-op bulletin board, website, and by email newsletter.
A Stronger Local Economy
The Co-op expands the market for local food and improves the local economy by keeping more food dollars in the community. When you shop at The Co-op the money you spend is re-invested in the co-op, going back to members, paying workers a living wage, buying from local farmers, and strengthening the economic underpinnings of our community.