Development

Kensington Food Co-Op To Seek Retail Space

October 13, 2011 | by Katrina Ohstrom

photo: KCFC

Now in its third year, the Kensington Community Food Co-Op, recently hit the 200 member mark. The Co-Op currently operates as a buyers club, but when it reaches 250 members, the Co-Op’s directors will begin a search for a retail outlet. From there, they’ll serve the broader community.

You can show your support by joining co-op members for a film-screening benefit of Agnès Varga’s The Gleaners and I, 7:30 PM Friday, Highwire Gallery, 2040 Frankford Avenue.

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Katrina Ohstrom Katrina Ohstrom moved to Philadelphia nearly a decade ago where, constantly armed with at least one camera, she goes about her daily business and photographs anything that catches her eye. Her ongoing documentary projects include visual catalogs of the post-industrial wonderland that exists within the city she calls home, sub-sub underground experimental music and it’s players, and the humans behind the scenes in cat and dog show culture. In her spare time she enjoys, collecting animal skulls, conspiracy theories, gardening and long walks with her dog.

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