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Look at these photos. Catonsville, do you want some of this?
Are our ethics worth as much as our time? How much room for social conscience is in anyone’s budget these days?
Recently, I had a conversation about Catonsville Cooperative Market with a friend.
The true power of democracy is found in the small choices we make in our daily lives.
If you are curious to know why a group of your neighbors is forming Catonsville Cooperative Market, instead of campaigning to get a Whole Foods in Catonsville, co-op principles contain the answer.
It's been one year since the first public interest meeting about the Catonsville Cooperative Market was held at the Catonsville Library, and we've been busy.
Founding Membership open for Catonsville Cooperative Market, Plant Swap fundraiser
More about our vision and official name, Catonsville Cooperative Market, and why it was chosen.
Our volunteers look forward to the next several months of growth, research, and networking so we can focus on fundraising this spring and summer.
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