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Co-op volunteers helps power up fellow dairy co-op in Nepal

In November, A group volunteers from Organic Valley traveled to Sindhupalchok, Nepal to provide a vital necessity for these fellow milk processors. 

The farming cooperative, headquartered in Cashton, recognized that having consistent power is a luxury not every country can provide. So, they sent a team of 11 volunteers there for three weeks. 

The group traveled over 7,000 miles to help install a renewable energy system for the Binjel Milk Producers Cooperative. Binjel collects milk from 514 Nepali family farms. 

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