The steering committee of the Catonsville Cooperative Market want to know what's on your mind—by filling out a survey that will help gauge interest in a co-op in the community.
A co-op is a member-owned food market that is a resource for natural foods, locally made products and other goods that are determined by its members, according to the group.
The steering committee is seeking people to answer an online survey to assess whether people want a co-op, and what sort of products and goods they may be interested in buying.
The survey consists of 15 questions, and takes a few minutes to complete. According to the committee, at least 500 responses are needed to make the survey valid.
Emily Souder, the steering committee's secretary, said that all data will be analyzed in aggregate and all information shared will remain confidential. No personal identifiable information is collected.
To complete the survey, go here.