Tag Archives: Oklahoma Food Cooperative

Time for another CASH MOB in support of Oklahoma farmers and producers!

In September, I put out a call for a cash mob in support of local farmers. As a result, the Oklahoma Food Coop had one of its best month’s this year and reports suggested the farmers markets did better too. … Continue reading

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Could we get a cash mob together in September for local Oklahoma producers?

This has been a very hard summer for Oklahoma’s local food producers and its non-food producers. Let’s make the situation a little better with a cash mob for local production! As you may know, a cash mob is a group … Continue reading

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What will you eat this winter? A Celebration of Local Food Independence!

It is high summer, and as I have often said in my mid-summer blog posts since 2003 — it’s Summertime, and the livin is easy. Listen to Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong in what is maybe the best recording ever … Continue reading

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Roots and Radishes – OR — Help! What do I do with a daikon radish!

Even though I’ve been around the Oklahoma Food Cooperative from the beginning, I am continually amazed and delighted at the progress of our developing local food system. This month I am seeing lots of roots and radishes, and different kinds … Continue reading

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Success principles for local food cooperatives.

This post is an email I sent today to the membership of the Oklahoma Food Cooperative +++ As the 2010 Annual Meeting gets closer, let’s take a look at some of the principles that have contributed significantly to our success. … Continue reading

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