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Monadnock Earth Week Events

Green Up Keene Saturday, April 20, 8am – Noon: Railroad Square, Keene Monadnock Earth Day Festival Saturday, April 27, Noon – 4pm: Railroad Square, Keene (and next to the Monadnock Food Co-op) Electric Drive Expo Saturday, April 27, Noon – 4pm: Monadnock Earth Festival, Keene Meet the Mountain Day Saturday, April 27, 9am – 2pm: […]

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What does the Monadnock Food Co-op Board Do?

Monadnock Food Co-op board members frequently get asked by fellow Member-Owners and other co-op shoppers to explain, “What do you do as a board member of our co-op?” That question can be answered generally by checking out the board page on the co-op’s website. But there’s more to it! It is the board’s responsibility to […]

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Building Up: Local Living Economy Building Blocks

Originally published in the Monadnock Shopper News Help The Local Crowd (TLC) Monadnock, a community-based crowdfunding program, decide which Local Living Economy building blocks to focus on in 2019.  We will focus on recruiting projects working on innovations in these building blocks and will also provide these projects with extra support to run successful crowdfunding […]

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Delightfully Healthy! Wake Up Your Palette

Tasting Friday, 3/22, 6:00 – 7:30 pm We’ ll be serving Pear, Cucumber & Ginger Smoothies and Roasted Red Pepper Pasta! Spring is coming, and we have two recipes that will help you brighten your mood and awaken your palette! It can be easy to fall into a food pattern that is comfortable and familiar, but […]

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Take a Hike 2019

Take a Hike and Cooking Up History

This March, Monadnock Food Co-op will join with other food co-ops nationwide to promote land conservation, active lifestyles, and heritage foods. First, we’re running a month-long Round It Up Drive to benefit the Monadnock Conservancy.  The conservancy recently celebrated an impressive milestone — protecting a total of 20,000 acres in our region.  Stop by the […]

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