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WHO ARE WE?
WE ARE A COOPERATIVE WITH SIX MEMBER CLASSES Grower Groups Processors Distributors WorkersBuyers Growers
From the fields…To the lunch counter… OUR PROCESS
WE CONNECT THE DOTS AS WE CREATE INFRASTRUCTURE
WE BUILD RELATIONSHIPS
WE GAIN SUPPORT FROM OUR COMMUNITY AS WE WORK TO STRENGTHEN OUR COMMUNITY Fifth Season Cooperative Growth Fifth Season Outreach to the Community Community Investors: Individuals & Organizations Community Partnerships for Education and Health
OUR COMMUNITY PARTNERS
Our region extends to markets in and surrounding Eau Claire, Rochester, Waterloo, Dubuque, Madison, and Wisconsin Rapids.
OUR SUCCESS LIES WITHIN OUR MEMBERSHIP
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