Basin Electric employees learn about co-op difference in the garden (Video)

Together, Basin Electric and the Bisman Community Food Co-op hosted Co-op Coffee in the Garden Aug. 7. While the coffee from local Mighty Missouri Coffee Company and muffins from local Humble Cottage Farm may have been a draw for the event, employees were also interested in stopping by Basin’s Backyard Garden to learn about the new start-up fresh food cooperative in our community. The event also allowed employees to learn about the co-op difference and what it means to be a member-owner.

Five employees signed up to be members that day. Watch the video above to hear why.

Co-op Coffee in the Garden

Tucker Smith, Basin Electric commodity quantitative analyst, shares why he’s a member of Btisman Community Food Co-op.

Co-op Coffee in the Garden

Heidi Demars, Bisman Community Food Co-op outreach coordinator, holds one of the t-shirts available for purchase. At the event, she answered questions and helped any interested members get signed up.

Co-op Coffee in the Garden

Tracie Bettenhausen, Basin Electric staff writer/editor, defines why she joined the Bisman Community Food Co-op .

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