Coopers has made headlines for its grass-root farmers cooperative (GCP) and its partnership with a local farmer cooperative (CC).
The GCP was recently recognized by the State of California for its work in helping the state’s agricultural industry grow and prosper.
Now, it is looking to partner with a community-based cooperative for the next step in its grass roots farmers market expansion.
According to coopers chief operating officer, David Cramer, the cooperative has the largest market in the county.
In addition to the GCP, the coopers market is operated by the Coopers Foundation.
Cramer says the cooperative is looking for partners for the co-op’s next stage in its growth.
He says the coop has a long-term plan to grow to a million members.
The plan is to open a farm in a county that has a population of roughly 8,500, but that has not yet been finalized.
“We have to go out there and have some hard conversations with the people of these rural counties and get some local partners that are interested in doing something like this,” Cramer says.
“We have some amazing people working for us that are very interested in this.”
The co-ops market is a small part of the larger cooperative operation, which is part of a larger cooperative that includes Coopers Natural Grocers, Coopers Fruit and Nut Growers, and the Cooper’s Natural Market.
Coopers is a cooperative of farmers that operates farms in rural and suburban areas of California.
The co-operative is also known for its partnership program that provides grants to cooperatives that participate in cooperative programs.
The Gcp is a community cooperative.
The Coopers foundation is an organization that helps support cooperatives through grants.
The GCP is also a co-owner of the Coopers Natural Grocer, which has over 500 locations in Southern California and is home to over 300 farmers and growers.
It is a popular food destination for farmers and food lovers.
Coopers is also the leader of a network of organic and local produce markets in the area.
“The market is an important part of our local economy and it provides a significant portion of our income and income generation,” says GCP owner and co-operator Joe O’Sullivan.
“It’s a huge source of revenue to the community and it is a great way to build a network.”
The cooperative has also expanded its farm in the past few years.
Its new location, which opened last month, is located in the Coops natural grocers.
It was purchased in the mid-2000s by the nonprofit Coopers Animal Welfare Foundation, which was the cofounder of the cooperative.
The new market, which will operate through July, will be operated by a group of farmers who have been in the cooperative for some time.
They will be called Coopers Grassroots Cooperative.
“Coopers Grass Roots Cooperative is looking at new opportunities for expansion to provide more direct access to farmers, to the farmer community, and to our local markets,” says co-oper director, Tom Cramer.
“Our plan is for it to grow from 300 to 1,000 members, but we need a partner that is committed to this.”
According to Cramer the coops market has been in place for a number of years.
He said the cooperative’s market in Lodi, California, has been the largest of its kind in the country.
Cramer said the market is attracting people from around the country and that it has a strong reputation for quality food.
“Our goal is to be in every market, every county, every city, every state, every community in California and throughout the world,” he said.