Co-op Project Manager Hired

The Monadnock Community Market (MCM) Co-op Board of Directors recently hired Bonnie Hudspeth as MCM Co-op Project Manager for a full-time, 3 month position. Bonnie has a Master’s Degree in Environmental Advocacy and Sustainable Community Development through Antioch University New England’s Environmental Studies Program.   Since January 2008, she has volunteered/worked to organize the Co-op, […]

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Get a Member in September Promotion

Want to help the Monadnock Community Market Co-op open on time – and get a fresh off the press organic Co-op T-shirt? As Co-op Members, let’s join together with the “Get a Member in September” promotion and bring 300 more members to our Co-op. Here’s how it works: Get a friend, neighbor, family member, or […]

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Celebrating Local Food & Farming Photo Contest

Celebrating local farms & food! We are so fortunate to have access to locally grown food here in the Monadnock Region. In honor of New Hampshire Eat Local Month, we are holding a photo contest to celebrate.  Click here for details. Three organizations that support local organizations, businesses and tourism in our region, SouthwestNH Guides, […]

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Our First Fundraiser: Co-op Yard & Bake Sale

The Co-op is holding its first fundraiser – an End of Summer Co-op Yard and Bake Sale! August 21, 2010, 8am – 4pm 126 Adams Street, Keene Co-op Members Erin and Rich Grogan are hosting it, and our goal is to get at least 15 people to contribute (baking something or bringing yard sale items […]

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Why is a Co-op Important to Our Community?

These thoughts were shared at the June 28, 2010 Information Session.  Have somethings to add?  Leave a reply below. Economic Development and Social Responsibility More Product Availability Quality Food Invest in our town Make it attractive to grow food and live here Create stronger community Know your farmer To be healthier Locally there is no […]

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130 Monadnock Region residents attend Co-op Info Session

Thanks to everyone from around the Monadnock Region who came to the Co-op Info Session. Almost 130 people packed into the Kay Fox room at the Keene Public Library, and helped brainstorm some great ideas for moving forward with the co-op development process. Twelve community members signed up on the spot–and many more took membership […]

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