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How to Become a Member

It’s easy, just sign up with any cashier.

Membership is $20 per year per household. There is no work requirement.

By joining the Co-op you become part of a member owned, member controlled business that operates for the mutual benefit of its members and community and is guided by the co-operative principles and values.

Customers can special order any product available through our suppliers at no additional cost.

Our membership list is always kept confidential.

Why Should You Become a Member?

You have a chance to be a member of and support a store committed to bringing you the highest quality organic produce, dairy products, healthy groceries, bulk foods and herbs, supplements, natural body care products and more.

Membership grants you an opportunity to purchase selected products off-the-shelf at SPECIAL MEMBER PRICES!

Everyday you can take advantage of Membership Matters 10% discounts on selected products throughout the store including full cases of many drinks, and full bags of many bulk grains, coffees, beans, and juicing carrots.

You may order full cases of organic produce from our suppler; Veritable Vegetable, at wholesale price plus 26%. Orders placed by 10am on Fridays will be ready for pickup on the following Tuesday or Thursday (your choice) after 10 am.

As a voting member you have the opportunity to share in the decision-making process by electing board members, voting on membership issues, and providing membership input.

You are eligible to run for the Board of Directors and are welcome to attend monthly board meetings.


You will be eligible to receive a 10% discount on all store purchases on Member Appreciation Days throughout the year.

A chance to join our Volunteer Program. Members can sign up to work Co-op events and receive a 15% shelf discount for one shopping trip for each 3 hours of work.

What is a Co-op?

A cooperative is a business. Co-ops range in size from small storefronts to large Fortune 500 companies. In many ways, they’re like any other business; but in several important ways they’re unique and different.


Cooperatives around the world generally operate according to the same core principles and values, adopted by the International Cooperative Alliance in 1995. Cooperatives trace the roots of these principles to the first modern cooperative founded in Rochdale, England in 1844.

The 7 Cooperative Principles

1. Voluntary and Open Membership

2. Democratic Member Control

3. Member Economic Participation

4. Autonomy and Independence

5. Education, Training and Information

6. Cooperation among Cooperatives

7. Concern for Community

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