And how are you holding up? Now that we know we are running a marathon of indeterminate length, the stress of adjustment has a different feel. However, along with resignation, regret, and concern, we have discovered new ways to minister to ourselves, and also to harness some of that concern and anger into action. If you are “friends” with the Brattleboro Food Co-op on social media, you’ve seen more and more ways to channel frustration into real change, and more understanding of how we can impact our food system and our country. Stay with it—we cannot be complacent in either our exercise of safe health practices, nor in working for lasting social change.
Become a Co-op Shareholder
All are welcome to shop the Brattleboro Food Co-op. However, we are community owned and welcome you to join as a Co-op Shareholder and invest in a locally owned business that delivers deep community impact and offers great food.
If you are a shopper who is committed to buying organic and whole foods, committed to supporting local industry and family farms, and believe in cooperative ownership, we encourage you to invest in the longevity of our store. You will reap the benefits of being a Co-op shareholder and use your voting power to direct future business decisions.