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Get Growing with Local Seeds

Spring is just around the corner! Many spend the dark, cold parts of winter thinking of all things growing, living, and green, and planning gardens. Whether community members are propagating seeds, signing up for a CSA, planning to purchase starter plants at the co-op in the coming months, or buying fruits and veggies from Community…

Keaton’s Grandpa‚Äôs Gorp (Virtual class)

March 19 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Nourish 101 classes feature basic scratch-cooking techniques and recipes that feed a family of four for under $10, or under $15 if the recipe includes meat. Seward staff member Keaton will show us a family recipe of mixed vegetables and choice of protein to grill or bake. Keaton Maile (she/her), Seward Co-op staff

Ripple Foods Original Pea Milk Recall

Ripple Foods has issued a voluntary recall of its original 48 oz. milk due to possible contamination with Bacillus cereus, a bacteria that can cause digestive issues. The illness is often mild and there is only a remote possibility of serious adverse health effects. No illnesses have been linked to this recall. Affected product has…

Cooking with Koshiki: Harumaki-Fried Spring Rolls (Virtual class)

February 1 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Haru-maki are Japanese-style fried spring rolls. This irresistible harumaki is crispy and packed with meat, bean noodles, carrots, and shiitake mushrooms. Serve them as an appetizer, or make dinner with a side of quick soup, salad, and grain. Koshiki Smith, the Japanese Kitchen

The Good Acre

About The Good Acre The Good Acre is a local, non-profit food hub that connects and strengthens farmers, food makers, and communities through good food. The Pohlad family started The Good Acre in 2014, with the intention to develop a multi-faceted initiative to improve the local food system for diverse, independent farmers and to increase…

Elect Our Board of Directors

About the 2021 Board Election The 2021 Seward Co-op Board of Directors election occurred in October. Only Seward Co-op owners may be candidates, and all Seward Co-op owners may cast a ballot. During summer 2021, current board members invited interested owners to run for the open seats in the upcoming election. Election Details There are…