Local Sacramento Cooperatives
Here are a few local cooperatives in the greater Sacramento area.
Florin Gardens Coop East No.1 is an affordable apartment community located in Sacramento, California, which is located in Sacramento County. Florin Gardens Coop East No.1 is an apartment community containing 83 rental units. The property contains 128 bedrooms and based on typical apartment occupancy limits, Florin Gardens Coop East No.1 is home to not more than 243† persons when fully occupied.
We strive to be a trusted source of natural foods and products, and a reliable resource for consumer information. Locally owned since 1973.
FRC is a grower-owned rice marketing cooperative with corporate offices located in Sacramento, California. FRC’s rice milling and manufacturing facilities are adjacent to the Port of Sacramento in the City of West Sacramento, California.
Pachamama is the first and only coffee roaster in the USA that is 100% owned by family farmers in Latin America and Africa. By roasting and selling their best coffee to you, our farmers have a deep interest in seeing that you love their coffee. This empowers small-scale farmers with a greater market incentive to invest in their organic farms, in turn leading to a better coffee harvest next year.
Here are a list of associations that help cooperatives through on going support, training and networking.
The California Center for Cooperative Development (CCCD) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that promotes cooperatives as a vibrant model to address the economic and social needs of California’s communities. CCCD supports the myriad of cooperatives in California (agricultural, arts and crafts, child care, energy, housing and worker-owned) with start-up, management, and other technical assistance
• NAHC represents housing cooperatives, mutual housing associations, other resident-owned or controlled housing as well as professionals, organizations and individuals who work with and advocate for housing cooperatives.
The University of Wisconsin Center for Cooperatives seeks to increase understanding and encourage critical thinking about cooperatives by fostering scholarship and mutual learning among academics, the cooperative community, policy makers and the public.
This site is devoted to helping people understand what cooperatives are and how they can use the cooperative model to help themselves and their communities. It includes info about and/or links to food co-ops, child-care co-ops, housing co-ops, agricultural co-ops, financial co-ops, cooperative economic development, and much more.