Local and Regional Partners
We benefit from working together! Check out the Good Stuff We Do and see below for more about our community partners.
Tuesday Farmer’s Market seasonal market, 1:30-6:30 p.m. April to October
Greenfield Community Farm/Just Roots
is a locally-owned agricultural non-profit dedicated to providing affordable local food to the Greenfield and greater Franklin County community through a variety of CSA distributions, in addition to providing regular agricultural education opportunities at the farm.
Common Wealth CSA has been offering shares since 1998, as a cooperative of several farms that distribute in the walkway next to Green Fields Market. Our co-op saw the benefits of collaboration with the Common Wealth farms as a way of supporting small, local farmers.
Greenfield Community Acupuncture offers discount to members and co-op staff.
Better World Travel Club a socially responsible auto club discounts to co-op members.
Greenfield Park & Recreation Department each winter our co-op sponsors an ice sculpture in front of Green Fields Market during Winter Carnival.
Community Action provides important social services for individuals, children, and families in Franklin County. We support both their Center for Self-Reliance and their Family Lunch program through food and monetary donations.
Collective Copies a worker-owned copy shop where we do much of our copying and printing.
National Cooperative Business Association’s (NCBA) mission is to develop, advance and protect cooperative enterprise; NCBA provides services and information for and about all types of cooperatives.
The Neighboring Food Co-op Association (NFCA) is a co-operative federation bringing together over 30 food co-ops and start-up initiatives that are working together toward a shared vision of a thriving co-operative economy, rooted in a healthy, just and sustainable regional food system and a vibrant community of co-operative enterprise.
Look for this shelf tag for co-op made items.
Cooperative Fund of New England is a community development loan fund that is a bridge between socially responsible investors and cooperatives, community oriented non-profits, and worker-owned businesses in New England and parts of New York. Our co-op has invested in CFNE’s loan fund.
Our Multi-Year Planning Process Planning Council Members:
Jessica Van Steensburg, Executive Director of Just Roots, Member
Emily Gopen, Franklin Community Co-op Staff
Amy-Louise Pfeffer, Program Coordinator at Greenfield Community College
Jay Lord, Member
Marilyn Andrews, Member
Deborah Andrew, Member
Cyndee Boehmer, Member
Andrew Grant, Board Member
Lynn Benander, Board Member
Suzette Snow-Cobb, Franklin Community Co-op Staff
Nancy Harriman, Franklin Community Co-op Staff
Sarah Kanabay, Franklin Community Co-op Staff
John Williams, Franklin Community Co-op General Manager
Mary Reilly, Publisher of Edible Pioneer Valley, Member