New Generation Farmer Cooperatives:
The Development Process

Excerpts from the 1998 Cooperative Development Training Conference

Cooperatives: A Tool for Community Economic Development

The Productions from the University of Wisconsin Center for Cooperatives

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Please indicate your interest in the videos below. These videos would also present highlights of the 1998 Cooperative Development Training Conference. If we find there is sufficient interest, we will proceed with editing and production of the tapes.

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Worker Owned Cooperative: presentations by Timothy Huet of the Center for Democratic Solutions, and Arno Kahn of Builders Commonwealth, a worker-owned homebuilders cooperative in Duluth, MN.
Housing Cooperative: presentations about cooperative senior housing, USDA programs for cooperative housing, a self-help home building program, and co-housing.
The Food System, Consumers, and Cooperatives. A panel discussions of cooperatives in the context of the broader food system. Drs. Ann Hoyt and Steve Steveson are joined by representatives of a food co-op and co-op distributor.
Formal Collaboration among Local Government and Non-profit: Presentations by Dr. David Trechtor and Sandra Miller, each of whom have had hands-on experience supporting such innovative collaborations.
Cooperatives in Childcare: Presentations about a parent-owned childcare cooperative in Jersey City and a worker-owned childcare cooperative in Philadelphia.

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