The Davis Farmers Market

For the last 40 years, every Wednesday and Saturday, rain or shine, vendors from all over Northern California travel near and far to offer their finest goods at the Davis Farmers Market in Davis, California. Nearly half a million people visit the Davis Farmers Market every year. In 2016, the City of Davis presented a proclamation to … Continue reading The Davis Farmers Market

Farm-to-Fork Festival 2017

Farm-to-Fork has definitely become a force to be reckoned with, especially in America's Farm-to-Fork capital, Sacramento. This past Saturday, at the 5th annual Farm-to-Fork Festival, nearly 65,000 people came out in support of local eateries, wineries, breweries, grocers, cooperatives, farmers, and ranchers. Designed to showcase and celebrate the origin of food and drinks, this free event connected … Continue reading Farm-to-Fork Festival 2017

2017 CO-OP FESTIVAL: ON THE NATIONAL MALL

  The National Cooperative Business Association (NCBA CLUSA) will hold the inaugural Co-op Festival, September 30 – October 1, 2017, on the grounds of the National Mall in Washington, D.C. — an unprecedented opportunity to amplify the economic impact, diversity and sustainability of a business model 70 percent of consumers say they already trust. Designed … Continue reading 2017 CO-OP FESTIVAL: ON THE NATIONAL MALL

Farm Fresh to You: Capay Crush Festival 2017

Guests traveled from all over California with their family and friends to spend a beautiful Saturday evening on the farm with Farm Fresh To You for the 7th annual Capay Crush Festival. Everyone enjoyed live music and dancing, just-for-fun grape stomping, tasty local food, wine and beverages (full vendor list below!), a farm-style photo booth, tractor-tram rides, and … Continue reading Farm Fresh to You: Capay Crush Festival 2017

Cooperative Grocer feature: How We Built Pachamama Coffee Cooperative

Allison Hermes, from Cooperative Grocer magazine, sat down with our CEO and co-founder, Thaleon Tremain, for an interview that touched on Pachamama Coffee Cooperative's unique origin story; a story that began nearly 17 years ago. Pachamama's not your typical coffee roaster. Learn more about how we built Pachamama Coffee Cooperative all those years ago. Download … Continue reading Cooperative Grocer feature: How We Built Pachamama Coffee Cooperative

CIVIL EATS: Pachamama One of the Most Sustainable Coffee Roasters

It's an honor to be named one of the Ten of the Most Sustainable Coffee Businesses in the United States by Civil Eats! Read the full article here. Pachamama Coffee Cooperative "Named for what translates to “Mother Earth” in indigenous Andean culture, Pachamama Coffee Cooperative brands itself as 100 percent farmer-owned. The Sacramento-based company works … Continue reading CIVIL EATS: Pachamama One of the Most Sustainable Coffee Roasters

VIDEO – Bee-friendly, organic coffee farm in Nicaragua

Description: Tour the small-scale organic coffee farm owned by Heriberto Alteminaro and his family in Nicaragua. Organic production on the farm is not only good for the coffee, but it's good for the water and the environment. Which, of course, is good for the birds, the bees and the farmers themselves. Farmer Owner: Heriberto Alteminaro Cooperative: PRODECOOP … Continue reading VIDEO – Bee-friendly, organic coffee farm in Nicaragua