Tomorrow is your last chance to save $200 on IMPACT 2019.
NCBA CLUSA’s 2019 Co-op IMPACT Conference, your premier opportunity to engage with co-op industry and thought leaders, policymakers and other key stakeholders to explore how co-ops are creating space for sustainable economic impact.
One of Sen. Gillibrand’s proposals to “put rural Americans back in the driver’s seat” is a White House Council on a Cooperative Economy.
Following NCBA CLUSA’s open letter to presidential candidates, Gillibrand rolls out rural platform emphasizing co-opsIn June, NCBA CLUSA president & CEO Doug O’Brien wrote an open letter to each candidate running for President of the United States in the 2020 election—Democrats and Republicans, alike.
Ambassador Bernstein learns how Progana is increasing the quality of milk produced by Dominican farmers.
Progana is lifting up economic and social welfare, U.S. Ambassador to the Dominican Republic Robin Bernstein says U.S. Ambassador to the Dominican Republic Robin Bernstein toured NCBA CLUSA’s U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)-funded Safe Agriculture/Food Export (SAFE) project last month, observing first-hand the impact of the $16.2 million effort to improve the competitiveness of Dominican beef and dairy value chains.
CLSI participants have access to the full IMPACT Conference—a $1,700 value!
Cutoff for FREE attendance at this year’s Cooperative Leaders and Scholars Institute extended through Monday, August 19Young professionals and post-secondary students interested in attending this year’s Cooperative Leaders and Scholars Institute at the 2019 Co-op IMPACT Conference have an additional week to submit their applications. Applications must be submitted by August 19, 2019 at cdf.coop/clsi.
The conference is organized by the Cooperative Development Foundation.Registration is now open for the 2019 National Homecare Cooperative Conference
Homecare worker cooperative members and developers from across the country will gather in Dulles, Virginia from November 19-22, 2019 for the Fourth Annual National Homecare Cooperative Conference.
Kit Carson Electric Cooperative will have more than 16 MW of solar energy by year’s end. [photo: Cathy Cash/NRECA]New Mexico co-op halfway to solar goal as state mandates carbon-free energy Kit Carson Electric Cooperative is nearing its goal of 100 percent daytime solar energy by 2022 as a new state law calls for zero-emission generation for New Mexico utilities by mid-century.