Co-op Weekly – Be part of 2018’s biggest celebration of cooperative impact!

“Ethical Markets expects that the global growth of cooperative enterprises will continue.  Few Americans realize that the United Nations Year of Cooperatives in 2012 found that cooperatives employ more people on our planet than all the profit-making corporations combined!

~Hazel Henderson, Editor “

Missed last year’s Co-op Festival? Click through to watch the video!Be part of 2018’s biggest celebration of cooperative impact!

NCBA CLUSA and its cooperative partners are thrilled to announce that the second annual Co-op Festival will take place October 6 and 7, 2018 on the National Mall in Washington, DC!

We’re already working on the displays, activities and performances that will make this year’s festival even more impactful.

With dozens of partners and exhibitors and 20,000 attendees, the first-ever Co-op Festival was an unprecedented public awareness event educating consumers on what a co-op is and why they should care.

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Young people in Uganda are gaining access to skills and opportunities through NCBA CLUSA’s Youth Empowerment Through Agriculture (YETA) project. Advice from Ugandan Youth – work together!

Working with youth across northern Uganda, we asked what their advice would be for other youth in their villages to improve their lives.Keep reading

Events like the 2017 Co-op Festival are part of the value you’ve come to expect as a member of NCBA CLUSA. Renew your commitment to your cooperative community – there’s power in numbers!NCBA CLUSA’s membership renewal season is in full swing and we’re excited to add your voice in 2018 as we continue to amplify the success, diversity and impact of the cooperative business model.Keep reading