Cath MullerRadical Routes logo

Cath came to co-operative living and working in the mid-90s via eco-activism, Cornerstone Housing Co-op and the Radical Routes federation of co-ops working for radical social change.

She still lives in Cornerstone, working for Footprint Workers’ Co-op and helping found several co-ops as social enterprises, campaigning organisations or community development projects, all with the aim of eventual financial self-reliance.

Cath co-authored the Radical Routes publication ‘How to Set Up a Workers’ Co-operative’ and is currently working on updating ‘How to Set Up a Housing Co-operative’.