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The Twin Cities Cooperative A Case Study

This paper is a case study of a thriving cooperative.

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Understanding Capper-Volstead Act

There are essentially two keys to understanding the basic meaning of the Capper-Volstead Act.

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Strengthening-Association

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Strategic Plan Formulation

The Board of Directors shall be responsible for strategic planning, direction, setting and policy formulation.

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Plan for Recovery Association Strong

Associations are experienced at organizing. They are skilled at harnessing the expertise of volunteers.

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A Toolkit for Partnership, Collaboration, and Action

The Toolkit offers guidance for performing self-assessments of current partnership and outreach strategies that organizations.

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Managing, Cooperative Antitrust Risk

This report explains the essentials of antitrust law.

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Guidance Notes to the Cooperative Principle

Cooperatives are active in every sector of the global economy.

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Equity Investments in New Cooperatives

Why cooperatives should be attractive to developers and investors. 

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The Role of Members, Directors, Managers

Five chapters make up this guide.

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Cooperative Organization and Structure

From early in the development of commercial agriculture in the United States.

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An Orientation and Training Guide.

A low-cost, easy-to-use training tool for those interested in establishing or joining a cooperative.

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Board Orientation Workbook

Yearly orientation or a “refresh and blend” session

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Association Board Workbook.

An association or chamber is a group of persons working together to advance a cause or mission.

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Organization and Management of Coop Housing.

Not all of the housing associations in the United States are following standard cooperative practice.

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