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Taylor Maid Farm’s Mark Inman Featured in the Art of Manliness
Behind every great cup of joe, is a great green coffee buyer like Mark Inman. Mr. Inman works for Taylor Maid Farms, a company that supports small family farmers and promotes organic, sustainable agriculture.
Author GO LOCAL Staff Date 07/02/2010
Bohemian Article on Rewards Card
In February, the Sonoma County GoLocal Cooperative took preliminary steps toward establishing a countywide credit-clearing system. Fancy economic jargon aside, credit clearing fosters a network of exchanges between local merchants and residents.
Author GO LOCAL Staff Date 06/13/2010
GoLocal in the News
Bonnie Allen writes in the North Bay Biz Journal October 2009 issue, "GoLocal proponents see their movement as going beyond just supporting local businesses. A living local economy depends on a vibrant social community as well. The most effective marketing for local business, says Palacio, is apt to be word-of-mouth referrals from satisfied customers to their own social and business contacts. "  Read more...
Author GO LOCAL Staff Date 09/26/2009
San Franciso Retail Diversity Study
This study illustrates the huge economic impact of even a small shift towards local purchasing.
Author Civic Economics Date 05/01/2007 3 comments

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