What Is A Co-op?
A cooperative is an organization that is owned and controlled by members, who use products, supplies and services. Cooperatives can vary in particular purpose, but share a common fact: Cooperatives are formed to meet specific member objectives, and adapt structurally to the changing needs of members. Self reliance and self-help are the hallmark of cooperatives. To find out more information about cooperatives, or have additional resources and contact information, click the link above.
Types Of Co-ops, Including: Start-up, Operations, and Resource Information
Click above to get access to material, and contact information. The co-op types include: Agricultural, Arts and Crafts, Business, Child Care and Preschool, Credit Unions, Food, Housing, Student, Utility, Worker.
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