The fresh flowers from Hein Haus Farm are here! Look for them to arrive on Mondays along with the multicolored chicken eggs and the duck eggs.

As most of you know, Hampden Park Co-op is in the midst of deep change.

What changes are being considered?

The Membership Committee is reviewing the Volunteer Program, as it considers what is best for HPC.
Some options being discussed are:

—By Martha Hotchkiss, Board Chair  

Since last May, the HPC board of directors has been engaged in reviewing three distinct but interconnected issues: the volunteer program, the discount structure, and the future.

All that work at 5:30 a.m. was worth it. 
The produce department looks wonderful.

A fixture at the co-op for over 20 years,the fruit table was cut up and removed on the morning of February 22nd, 2016.

We are so excited to introduce a new, organic lard just in time for the holidays! All your pie baking needs - bulk flours, fresh apples, organic pumpkin, tons of spices and the lard to make the perfect crust - are here at Hampden Park.

We are happy to announce that Raymond Avenue is back open - just in time for you to come in and order your holiday turkey!

It is often forgotten that the first suggestion of the recycling triad is reduce, the second is reuse, and the third is recycle. Often folks just jump right to the end and recycle.

In early spring, my buddy Kymn shared her joy after an April shower with this Facebook post: “I cheered during yesterday’s rain on our blueberry bushes. It takes about 48 gallons of water to create a pint of blueberries.”