Call for Artists

Seeking pet related art to showcase your beloved furry (or non-furry) friends in the coop cafe for the month of April. Open to all ages. Please drop off ready to hang art by April 5th at the coop.

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Buffalo Mountain Coop Welcomes New General Manager

The Buffalo Mountain Co-op is excited to announce Emily Hershberger as our first General Manager.  Emily is currently the Director of Human Resources at the New England Culinary Institute.  For over nine years she worked at Jasper Hill as they grew from 11 to more than 80 workers. As a Certified Senior Human Resources Professional with studies in management, she brings a strong background in business. Emily was a founding co-owner of the Langdon Street Café, a collectively run coffee shop and music venue and is currently consulting with Nutty Steph’s Chocolate and Granola to support them as they transition from a sole proprietorship to a collaboratively run organization. Some of the community may know her from the yoga classes she taught in the area. Her combination of business acumen, experience with collaborative work environments, knowledge of the food industry, and heart-centered leadership style are assets that will be beneficial for Buffalo Mountain.  

In her free time, Emily enjoys cross country skiing, paddling, biking, baking, meditation, gardening, writing, playing with her son and nourishing the friendships in her life. We welcome her as she starts her new role at the Co-op on March 25th.

March Art in the Cafe

This month we received submissions based on the works of Winslow Homer, Vincent Van Gogh, Frida Kahlo, Pablo Picasso and Alexander Calder.  Please visit and enjoy.

Works on display by:

Jon Pepe
Adrienne Goulette
Luna Pepe
Jack Summberg
Nicole Boothby
Ellen Bresler

February Art in the Cafe



Come check out the art on display in the coop cafe for the month of February!

“ADMIRE” February tends to brew reflection on thoughts, feelings and gratitude of admiration when Saint Valentine is shared with friends, family and lovers mid month. These artists share what resonates for them in the use of this word in describing feelings from the heart and mind.

Art on display by:
Nicole J. Boothby
Jason Clarke
Linda Mae Clow
Adrienne Goulette
Barbara Leber
Kimberly Madura
Donna Underwood Owens
Jon Pepe
Luna Rose Pepe
Ansel Ploog
Laura Sullivan

Café News

To our Membership and regular neighborhood patrons,

For the past 15 years, our humble café has been honored to serve creative hot lunches, delicious sandwiches, and beautiful omelets to the community. We want to thank everyone near and far who supported this tiny café with their regular patronage and enjoyment of what we had to offer. The Co-op is currently under transition with a lens on financial viability and sustainable functioning.   The café apart from the rest of the Co-op places a lot of demand on the structure of the business. We cannot continue to function in the manner we have been. So, we are ceasing the short order service breakfast and lunch menu. We are going to start this change the week of Thanksgiving, 11/19/18. The café will still be offering coffee/tea, a wider selection of baked goods, prepared cold sandwiches, salads, casseroles, noodle dishes and of course, our delicious soups. We want to provide the best options for organic, local healthy choices to our surrounding communities and folks who come through to enjoy our lovely area. Doing a better job from the perspective of financial well-being for the overall organization we hope will be beneficial for all.  Our focus will be on foods that will be delicious, quick and ready to go for you or stay and enjoy the space and free WiFi in our cozy space. We are excited to work with the Co-op community together to create a nourishing healthful environment for the café space.

Thank you for your patience and consideration.