Inside the Portland Food Co-op

Inside the Portland Food Co-op

Part of the "Growing Concerns" series by MOFGA and the PMA

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Photo by Alison J-B, (https://www.flickr.com/photos/scoobymoo/), cropped for thumbnail

The Portland Food Co-op started in 2006 with the goal of providing healthy, affordable food, creating a member-owned business, and supporting local farmers. The all-volunteer organization grew over time, now boasting more than 2,700 member-owners, and in fall 2014 opened its first storefront on Portland’s East End. Learn about the Portland Food Co-op’s unique mission and what makes food co-ops so integral to a sustainable community.

Guests include:

Mary Alice Scott, Education and Outreach Coordinator for the Portland Food Co-op
Stacy Brenner, Broadturn Farm

Seating is limited and reservations are strongly recommended.

About the "Growing Concerns" series by MOFGA and the PMA

The Portland Museum of Art is thrilled to once again partner with the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association for a series of events about growing programs and issues in our communities. All events take place in the Bernard Osher Foundation Auditorium at the PMA and are free for PMA members and MOFGA members ($10 general public).

Admission

$10 general public Free for PMA members and MOFGA members