We provide support for cooperative businesses, family farmers, and rural people which enables them to improve their lives and communities; and to maintain and support training and educational programs that will enhance the quality of life for rural residents.
Welcome to Mississippi Association of Cooperatives!
A nonprofit organization, MAC serves farmers, their families and communities in increasing their livelihood security and improving quality of life.
Please come back soon for information regarding Mississippi Association of Cooperatives’ Project Healthier Mississippi program. For more information call us at 601-354-2750. About Us What is a Cooperative? Our History State Coordinator’s Message MAC’s Services Project Healthier Mississippi 2501 Program
We cordially invite you to join us for the Mississippi Association of Cooperatives’ 44th ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING Date: March 18-19, 2016 Location: Jackson, MS For more information call us at 601-354-2750. Stay Tuned… Membership Meeting Information Directory Of Coops Partners
Established in June 1997, the Mississippi Association of Cooperatives’ Center for Cooperative Development [The Center] is supported by six partner organizations: the Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce (MDAC); Alcorn State University’s Extension Service and Small Farm Development Center; the
The Association’s membership consists of several cooperatives/credit unions and associate members located all across the state of Mississippi. Some are organized around the purchasing of agricultural inputs and the marketing of produce and livestock. Others operate housing rehabilitation projects, buying
We provide support for cooperative businesses, family farmers, and rural people which enables them to improve their lives and communities; and to maintain and support training and educational programs that will enhance the quality of life for rural residents. Services
MAC is the parent organization of the Mississippi Center for Cooperative Development. MAC member organizations include ten cooperatives, two credit unions and two associated organizations. These community-based groups are located across the state. Those involved in agriculture utilize diverse production