Purple Dragon Links

Purple Dragon Co-op associates with these web sites:

 

NOFA(Northeast Organic Farming Association)
http://www.NOFA.org/
The Northeast Organic Farming Association is a non-profit organization of nearly 4,000 framers, gardeners and consumers working to promote healthy food, organic farming practices and a cleaner environment.

 

Grindstone Farm
http://www.grindstonefarm.com/
Excellence in Edible Incredible Organics

 

Co-op America
http://www.Co-opAmerica.org
Practical steps for using your consumer and investor power for social change.

 

Miracle Exclusives Inc.
http://www.MiracleExclusives.com/
Importers of Health Appliances and Specialty Cookware

 

Aqua Belle Water Filters
http://www.Aquabelle.com/
Product Information Pages

 
These sites contain information or references to Purple Dragon Co-op:

Atlanticville
http://atlanticville.gmnews.com/
News/2001/1101/Business.html
Article: “Growing Co-op Stays Small With Pod Squads: Purple Dragon Recognized As Leading Home-based Operation”
by Gloria Stravelli

 

Poughkeepsie Journal
http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/
projects/b&i/stories/bu030302s43.shtml

Article: “Sales In Co-ops Help Support Valley Farms:
Pick-Your-Own Pulling In Crowds”
by Kristan Zimmer

 

The Voice (Episcopal Diocese of Newark Online)
http://www.dioceseofnewark.org/
vox1101/vox41101.html#harvest
Article: “Harvest-Time Reflection:
Cultivate The Spirit By Going Organic”
by Lisa Green and Johanna Young

 

The Dollar Stretcher: Living Better For Less
http://www.stretcher.com/stories/980402a.cfm
Article: “Organic Food: Cheap Sources?”

 

Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine
http://www.pcrm.org/health/
Info_on_Veg_Diets/college.html
Article: “Incorporating Vegetarian Meals on College Campuses”

Time Out New York
http://www.timeoutny.com/
features/298/298.ft.producers.html
Article: “THE PRODUCERS:
Co-ops, Farmers' markets and delivery collectives...”
by Michael Burger