Member Education, Communications, and Cooperative Leadership Development
We have just finished discussions of such areas as cooperative financing, pooling, and marketing orders which are very important to the economic viability of a cooperative. They are also among the most tangible aspects of operating a cooperative in that capital requirements can be determined with a rather high degree of accuracy, and methods of assuring proportionate contributions to those needs can be found. Ways of distributing the accumulated equity which are consistent with cooperative principles are available.
KeywordsEducational Effort Leadership Development Agricultural Cooperative Political Action Committee Cooperative Member
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