Community Learning Network


The Dakota Resources Learning Network is designed to help rural communities and rural economic development leaders connect and engage with one another in order to explore and learn more about topics that matter most to rural economic and community development: engaging people, supporting housing development, supporting local businesses and managing local economic development organizations. This network of regional communities is growing fast, thanks to proven successes and amazing collaborations.

The Dakota Resources Learning Network membership allows your local economic development leaders to connect with others through a vibrant online community of rural change leaders that includes:
• Two live/on-demand webinars each month
• Peer-to-peer learning video conferences 6 times per year
• Weekly online interactive stories and best practices
• Open Source toolkit and resource library access

Pre-paid yearly memberships also have access to:
*One ticket to the annual Dakota Resources Empower Sessions (value $100)
Your choice of:
*One learning retreat (value $100)
*One learning journey tour (value $100)
*One online/offline workshop (value $100)

Click here to enroll and become a Dakota Resources Community Learning Network community or contact Joe Bartmann at joe@dakotaresources.org or call 605-937-8257.


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