volunteers

The Co-op's Mission continues

A group of volunteers is already working to design and prep a backyard co-op / community garden. Pictured here are two of those volunteers, Sandi Baker and Geoff Davidge. We'll start with 24x24 space with raised beds for herbs, pumpkins and a few other things and design it as a "teaching" garden that will also aid the co-op with some of those fresh herbs that are so challenging to stock. We'll be seeking funds for this project via grants and donations so watch for more info as it all develops. SUCH FUN GROWING AND LEARNING TOGETHER!

Best wishes to Mike and Joy

We are grateful for Mike & Joy Winkels and for all they have contributed as hands-on volunteers stocking shelves, checking in deliveries, helping at events, and doing so many other jobs.

Where the rubber meets the road...

If you can volunteer an hour or two at the Co-op, read on...

There's a new "To-Do" Check List (see below) for Volunteers to work from - as you are able - and based on what you like to do, or are willing to do. Once your task is finished, enjoy crossing it off the checklist posted in the back hallway at the Co-op.

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