The Co-op’s Quarterly Publication
The Scoop, our Co-op’s quarterly publication, contains valuable information and articles relating to our Co-op community, the greater Decorah community, and beyond. Copies are mailed to members not in the Winneshiek County area. Within the Winneshiek County area, copies are distributed through insertion in the Decorah Newspapers or The Dollar Stretcher. Copies are also available for pickup in the Co-op.
In total, our newsletter has a circulation of roughly 18,000 copies in print and is available for download from our website.
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The BULK of the Matter
Cast Your Vote – 2017 Board Election
Neti Pots & Nettles: Tis the Season
Some Thoughts In These Times
New Law Plays Hide-&-Seek With GMO Labeling
In Time of Change, Step Forward to Advocate for Sustainable Organic Farming
Behind the Scenes: The Making of Food
Putting the OWN in Locally GROWN
Investigating a Move to Electronic Voting
Come Join Us on the Co-op Board!
New In Wellness
Grimm Family Farm
A Grocer. A Community. A Career.
Incredible Cheese to Delight Your Senses
Wellness vs. Illness
Ferndale Market: Just Great Turkey
A Hard Look at Bulk
Renew Your Commitment to the Co-op – Run for the Board
Green’s Sugar Bush
Welcome to the Neighborhood
The Summer of Chamomile
La Riojana Cooperative of Argentina
Sterile Landscape Not Solution To Feeding the World
From the GM: Meeting Your Needs with Selection, Service, & Speed
European Cheese & Miles of Memories
Local Summer Salads
Neem: The Evergreen with Many Uses
People, Planet, Profit, & the Best Business Model in the Universe
Another Great Year!
Fostering Fair Trade & Cooperative Values
A Space for Community
Harmony Neighbors – Harvey Gingerich
What? You Don’t Know About the Co-op Cheese Club?
TD Willey Farms
General Guidelines for Using Essential Oils
Using Essential Oils with Children
High Quality, Competitive Prices, Co+op Basics
$20,000+ to Local Food Pantries Since 2009
An Option to Increase Renewable Power at the Co-op
A Visit to Kalona Organics
The How & Why of Bulk Foods
From the GM: Investing in our Staff & Our Future
A Revitalized Home Cook
Out & About with Produce
We Heard it Here
Aromatherapy Gift Recipes
What’s the Buz?
Getting Back to Our Roots
Cooking Up a Perfect Storm
Breakfast Options at the Water Street Café
Taste of the Holidays – Serving More to Give Back
The Magical World of Medicinal Mushrooms
Nothing Artificial – Turkey Article
Organic Tide Rising
Favorite Fall Supplements
A Summary of the Results of Studies by U of IA Graduate Students and Faculty on Frac Sand Mining in Winneshiek County
What’s Coming Up Patchwork Green?
The Kelley Homestead – Duck Eggs
Demystifying Protein Powders
Grass Run Farm – Grass-fed Growth
From the Board of Directors – Strategic Planning Update
Not the Crunch I expected
The Beard Family Farm
Here We Go – Expansion Update
Co-op Kitchen Classroom – Spatula at the Ready
Canoe Creek Farm
Empty Bowls is Back
Cleaning with Essential Oils
Yogurt Choices a’Plenty