CoFED partners with young people of color from poor and working-class backgrounds to build food and land co-ops.

Why I Gave to CoFED - Didi Xie

We're asking friends, family, supporters, mentors and colleagues why they donate their time and money to CoFED. 

Didi Xie volunteered as a webmaster for the first two years of CoFED. Now she's a student at Harvard studying Environmental Science. Read why she gave her time and money to CoFED.  



Nominate yourself or a friend for CoFED's RO Fellowship!

CoFED knows you - or someone you know - ought to apply for our Regional Organizer fellowship!


Fundraising, CoFED Style!

Last Saturday a group of CoFED friends and supporters gathered in, CoFED board member, Michael Roberts beautiful backyard. The evening was filled with delicious local food, good conversations and live music!  



Co-cycle rides again!

Co-cycle is gearing up for another cross country bike tour this summer from Seattle to Boston and looking for new members to join a team of 15 cyclists. Members will learn about cooperatives and gain first hand experience as they become members of the Co-Cycle collective! 


Pictures from the Northwest!

Northwest Regional Organizer Anna Isaacs (far right) and members of the Flaming Eggplant Café (middle) stand with the farmer (far right) from Calliope Farms in Olympia, Washington. The Eggplant buys produce from Calliope Farm, only 1.5 miles from the Evergreen State campus, where the Eggplant calls home. 



National Leadership Summit Pictures!

Getting to know each other at the National Cooperative Student Leadership Summit! P1044790.jpg


CoFED's 1st National Cooperative Student Leadership Summit

This January students gathered in Philadelphia to discuss cooperative leadership at CoFEDs first ever National Cooperative Leadership Summit. 


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