Both the government and cooperatives exist to help regular people accomplish together what they could not do on their own. So since we know how to make our co-ops meet our needs, why not use those skills to get our
by Maria Fernandes-Dominique After months of careful research and writing, CDI is excited to share with all stakeholders a comprehensive 8-page report highlighting cooperatives and employee-owned enterprises as the most successful workforce development solution for sustaining Maine’s economy into the
In all of our work, CDI is committed to addressing the root causes of oppression in our social, economic and political systems. We understand that a significant root cause of oppression in our country, and around the globe, is that
Massachusetts On March 16th & 17th, the Another World is Here: Worker Co-ops and the Solidarity Economy conference was held in Worcester, Massachusetts. This statewide convening focused on the advancement of a worker ownership movement as well as the broader
CDI is excited to embrace Spring with the announcement of two new cooperative conversions! We are proud to add the Railroad Avenue Supply Company and Insource Renewables to our strong network of locally owned and controlled businesses across the Northeast!
By Rob Brown, Director of Business Ownership Solutions Our cooperatives, much like our government, exist to accomplish together what we can’t accomplish on our own. As workers, consumers, residents, producers, and independent businesses, members of cooperatives work hard to build