New Ecosystem is Taking Root: LACE seeks Two Co-Executive Directors

Irie Ewers is an integrative sustainability strategist and creative storyteller with a knack for combining systems-thinking and product stewardship into organizational development. Just as an ecosystem is a community of organisms interacting within their physical environments, the Louisville Association for Community Economics (LACE) seeks two Co-Executive Directors to build out the Louisville Community Grocery project … Continue reading New Ecosystem is Taking Root: LACE seeks Two Co-Executive Directors

Giving Tuesday December 1

Everyone can have an impact on #GivingTuesday! Join the Louisville Community Grocery and our non-profit partner, the Louisville Association for Community, on December 1 by pledging your time, skills, voice, or dollars to support cooperatives! Make a Tax-deductible donation here Participate in any of our "12 Days of Cooperation" events this holiday season. We've got … Continue reading Giving Tuesday December 1

Co-ops could help combat food insecurity, create equality in Louisville

Check out this Great article written by Andrew Klump, concerning co-op development, with a strong shout out to LACE’s work. Andrew has spent many pro bono hours doing work for LACE in relation to drafting the cooperative by-laws and co-authoring the law review article about the process of drafting the by-laws. Link: