Membership grows. Consumer demand rises. Sustainability progresses. The nation’s largest organic farmer-owned cooperative marches onward.
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An amazing story about a co-op that has always been organic and has always been farmer-owned since 1988.
Twenty-five years ago this month a visionary group of farmers joined together as the CROPP (Cooperative Regions of Organic Producer Pools) Cooperative to promote sustainability as a way to save family farms.
Curt Ellis, 33, is executive director and a founder of FoodCorps, a nonprofit organization started in 2010 to improve schoolchildren’s diets by placing volunteers in their communities for a year of service.
David Vander Zanden is one of several Michigan milk producers honored with a 2012 National Dairy Quality Award.
Organic food might cost more than conventional, but it helps keep small farmers in business.