So you want to know more about National Co-ops? You’ve come to the right place! Below you will find a list of online resources for you to visit to learn more about other national co-ops and organizations that are dedicated to their success.

National Cooperative Grocers Association (NCGA)

What You’ll Find: This site is a good source of information about current issues facing grocery cooperatives and the NCGA’s stance of the issues. It also posts links for active food co-ops across the United States, who are members of the association.

National Cooperative Business Association (NCBA)

What You’ll Find: An accompanying website of the National Cooperative Grocers Association, which focuses on the question “What is a Co-op?” This is an excellent starting point for anyone looking for more information!

Co-ops: Stronger Together

What You’ll Find: This website posts videos, recipes, and more information about co-ops. It offers profiles on running co-ops, local farms, and producers. Visit this site if you’re looking for a rundown on local food issues, stories from the Co-op community, or a delicious gluten-free recipe (or gluten-full recipe!).

Food Co-op Initiative

What You’ll Find: This site focuses on new food co-ops and offering resources that can help a start-up get up-and-running. If you want to know more about our process and what we’re doing to get KCFC open, this site has a wealth of information on which our board, employees, and volunteers rely.

Northwest Cooperative Development Center (NWCDC)

What You’ll Find: This is website for our regional chapter of the Cooperative Development Center. The site offers information about all kinds of cooperative projects, from groceries to housing and renewable energy. Use this site to learn how local communities are using cooperatives to transform their livelihood.