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45 YEARS AS A COOPERATIVE! Formed by a small group of community members, we have now grown into a two-store community grocery. Let’s celebrate our success together!

The Annual Meeting brings together co-op member-owners from across Plumas-Sierra County for presentations from our General Manager and Board of Directors. We will look back at 2022, and explore what 2023 will bring. 

– Enjoy food, a no-host bar & Trivia. Fun prizes will be won!

First Annual Plant Swap
Thank you for participating in our first Annual Plant Swap!

Our mission was to bring neighbors, house plant enthusiasts, backyard gardeners, and homesteaders together to share the abundance of their plant & garden knowledge at a central location, and it was an excellent turnout.

This free event was a beautiful success thanks to co-hosts: Lost Sierra Food Project, Wild Mountain Herbal Collective & Friends of Plumas Wilderness.

Prior Annual Meeting
We are a member-owned cooperative.

When you become an owner, not only will you enjoy owner benefits and you’ll own a piece of the business. Co-op owners can save 10% with quarterly, exclusive discounted shopping trips and are eligible to receive surplus revenue in the form of a patronage dividend.

You can also participate in Co-op functions and events, such as our Annual Meeting, Breakfast with the Board, Member-Owner Appreciation Day, and more!

Local Produce

Support Local Growers

We have Plumas County’s largest selection of organically grown produce and we are committed to purchasing locally and regionally from small family farms.

Bakery & Deli

Made Fresh On-site

We offer a wide variety of artisan baked breads, fresh salads, sandwiches, domestic and imported cheeses, muffins, cookies and more.  

Bulk Foods

Over 350 Items

​Save money when you buy, as little or as much, as you need in our bulk foods departments. We have over 350 items in bulk; including grains, beans, snacks, baking supplies, coffee, herbs, and body care products! A little of everything!

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