The Co-Op Board has adopted part of the Frisco Trail on the Razorback Greenway in Fayetteville! We’ll be hosting a trail cleanup on Saturday, October 8th from 9am to 11am anyone who helps will receive a $5 gift card to the Co-Op, as well as Co-Op branded sunglasses, bags, plant starters and more! One team will meet at the beginning of the trail on North Street adjacent to the Marion Orton Recycling Center and the other by the start of the trail next to Chipotle on Dickson Street. The teams will meet in the middle of the trail to finish and drop off trash then everyone is welcome to relax at the Co-Op for free refreshments to all who helped!View the map here
Join us for our board meetings on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm! October's meeting will be Tuesday, October 25th at 6:30pm due to the recent annual election. Meetings will be held in the Co-Op conference room as well as virtually over Zoom and are open to all active members of the Co-Op.Click here for meeting link
Arkansas Immigrant Defense is a nonprofit organization working for immigrants and refugees in Arkansas We represent immigrants from all over the world, and our services for children are free. Arkansas Immigrant Defense promotes justice by defending and advancing the rights of immigrants and refugees through direct legal services, community education, and community advocacy.Donations can be made at the registers!
We will be raising $10,000 for Middle Fork Farm’s new packing shed! Located close to the White River in Fayetteville, Middle Fork Farm specializes in no-till methods of farming, are Certified Naturally Grown, and bring a variety of locally grown vegetables to our community. Everything they grow and sell is within 10 miles of their farm and this new packing shed will be used to clean and pack their produce in a controlled environment. Join the challenge today by rounding up your change at check-out!Donate at the register!
In an effort to encourage reduction of carbon emissions we are rewarding our members and guests that participate in Co-Op Commutes!
All members and guests who walk, ride a bike, or uses alternative transportation will receive different incentives each month such as stickers, reusable bags, sunglasses, snack bars, seltzers, etc.
Participants just tell the cashier their method of alternative transportation to the Co-Op and they will receive the monthly incentive!
It’s always a good time visiting our friends at Tri Cycle Farms! We have been working with them for almost a decade now to coordinate different projects, cooking classes and community events. We donate 300lbs of organic chicken feed every month for their chickens, and we could not be happier to watch these beautiful birds grow and live happy and healthy lives on the farm. There’s so many ways to volunteer with Tri Cycle, so check out their website below for more info on how to get involved!Learn how to volunteer
We are excited to announce our partnership with Food Loops to offer sustainable solutions for reducing food waste. This has been in the works for quite some time now, and we are proud to say that over 50% of our kitchen packaging and all of our taproom packaging is commercially compostable! We are the first grocery store in NWA to begin a comprehensive food waste/compostable products and recycling program for the back AND front of house!
RED Co-Op labels on our kitchen items indicate it can be composted.
BLACK Co-Op labels on our kitchen items need to be disposed of in the trash.
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Guy Ames was part of the back-to the-land counterculture of the 1970s and began creating his farming legacy in 1980. With no family history of farming, Guy is a self-taught farmer that fell in love with the Ozarks. Ames’ Orchard & Nursery grows certified naturally grown pears, apples, grapes, and berries. They are passionate about empowering others to grow their own pesticide free, high-quality fruit.Read More
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