At the Co+op
Shop with the Chef – cooking classes
Co+op Conversations – free educational series
Learn more about Co+op Classes.
See the inner workings of the Co+op. Learn about local foods, play a game, get a tour of the store, and sample delicious food. To plan a Co+op field trip, email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In Our Community
Co+op Presentations in the Community
We present information about the Co+op, our programs, and nutritional information upon request. To learn more, please email email email@example.com
Co+opRocks! is part of our outreach program to young adults (high school and college age). The program is intended to provide young adults a venue to express their interests (music, art, theater, etc.) in a fun and safe atmosphere. We strive to share the cooperative values through this venue by sourcing local talent and encouraging young adults and the community to support each other to make this event fun. Admission for these events is FREE! Learn more about Co+opRocks!
As part of our community support, the Co+op participates in a variety of community events including ChamberFest, WinterFest Parade, Los Alamos Health Fair, and Pajarito Festivals. Upcoming events are listed on our calendar.
Community donations is one of the ways we support community. Learn more about our Donations Program.
Keep It Co-op
The Los Alamos Co+op Market, Little Forest Play School, and Del Norte Credit Union work together for the good of our community. Help us “Keep it Co-op” and support your local co-ops.
A co-op near you:
- Little Forest Play School – founded in 1951.
- Del Norte Credit Union (DNCU) – founded in 1959 by the employees of Los Alamos National Laboratory looking for a way to pool their money and create a financial co-operative.
- Los Alamos Cooperative Market – founded in 2011 by a group of locals interested in bringing local and organic foods to the area.
- Find more Co+ops!
Youth Environmental Clubs
The Co+op supports the Middle School and High School Environmental Clubs. Thanks to initiative in the club, the Co+op donated food to the Wildlife Center to feed animals displaced from the fire in 2011. The Co+op continues to donate to the Wildlife Center.
In the past, the Co+op attended meetings to help brainstorm project ideas, provided taste test opportunities for the students, and encouraged service learning. The Co+op continues to serve as a resource to school clubs.
To request Co+op support to a club, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Youth Food Project