Thank you to all who stopped and filled out a Sustainability Survey during the Grand Opening at the Co-op last weekend. I really appreciated your questions and comments about sustainability issues. From the surveys and conversations I had with many of you, I have a better understanding of what people value and hope for in […]
Archive | June, 2013
On behalf of the Monadnock Food Co-op, we thank everyone who contributed to the success of our Grand Opening Celebration on June 20-22, 2013, with nearly 3,000 shoppers and 40 local farmers and producers in attendance.
While the Grand Opening Celebration lasts for three days (June 20 – 22), our Grand Opening Ceremony is on Friday, June 21 at 1 p.m. Bring a Reusable Bag to Donate to the Co-op’s Bag Tree Bring a reusable bag to donate to the co-op during our Grand Opening Ceremony. We’ll hang them all on […]
Hello everyone, my name is Megan Kennedy and I am a graduate student in the Sustainable Development and Climate Change program at Antioch University New England. I am very happy to announce that I will be looking at the sustainability of the Co-op for my internship this summer. Basically, I will be doing research on […]
For those of you hungry for the FULL SCOOP, check out our full schedule for our three-day Grand Opening Celebration below. (Schedule subject to change.) = Tasting and/or Sampling (Come enjoy a free sample of this vendor’s products) Saturday, June 22 10am – 2pm Happy Camper Mobile Art Gallery Echo Farm Pudding/Cabot 10:30am – 2:30pm […]
Thank you to everyone who participated in our recent survey. Your feedback helps us better understanding how our co-op can better serve your needs. Overwhelmingly, we heard that prices were a concern. We’re committed to our values, providing local, sustainable food options to our community and good wages and benefits to staff, but we also realize […]
Andy and Mateo Kehler started Jasper Hill Farm in 2003 – the genesis of their effort to find meaningful work in a place they love. Their connection to the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont evolved from generations of their family visiting and living in Greensboro – a sleepy village on the edge of sparkling, secluded Caspian Lake.