Congratulations to our collaborator Lindsay McCovey! In addition to all the amazing work she's doing at Native American Pathways, Lindsay is also an advisor to our New Rising Hmong Association project. Thank you Lindsay for your grounded, inspiring support. ... See MoreSee Less
The Sixth Cooperative Principle: Cooperation Among Cooperatives
By working together through local, national, regional and international structures, cooperatives improve services, bolster local economies, and deal more effectively with social and community needs.Big thanks to the North Coast Co-op Cooperative Community Fund (CCF) for their donation of $2940 to Jacoby Creek Land Trust to purchase a wood-chipper that will provide carbon for the Full Cycle Compost partner gardens, Caudal Fin Farm and Jardin Santuario. ... See MoreSee Less
We're delivering free plant starts to Little Free Pantries in Arcata & Eureka this afternoon! First come, first served. See details in individual photo descriptions. 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less
5 days ago
Last week two young men delivered LITERALLY A CARLOAD OF FOOD for the Little Free Pantries.
We invite you to join this young man in partnering with us too! When you support Cooperation Humboldt, you are not only helping us with important projects. You are also entering into a partnership with literally thousands of other people who know that we can create a racially just, ecologically sustainable, and equitable economic system.
Most welcome pantry items:
Protein sources: peanut butter, canned meat
Pop top cans with ready to eat meals
Canned and dried fruit
For a map of the Little Free Pantries: www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/viewer?mid=1UbIvLrr3sEJzrp0wnCtfSK3Wg1gVcmrn&ll=40.83288925566663%2C-12...
To make a donation to fill the Little Free Pantries: cooperationhumboldt.com/donate/ ... See MoreSee Less