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SiouxFalls.Business with Jodi Schwan
May 1, 2018
This piece is presented by the Minnehaha County and Lincoln County Economic Development Associations.
Joe Bartmann believes now is the time for rural communities to be bold.
And, as the new leader of Dakota Resources, he’s willing to help them achieve those visions.
Bartmann has a history of assisting communities of all sizes in economic development efforts and will be especially focused on those in rural South Dakota.
We recently learned more about his organization and how it can assist the communities in Minnehaha and Lincoln counties.
Congratulations on your new role. For those who aren’t familiar with Dakota Resources, what exactly does your organization do?
Thank you very much. We are a nonprofit that empowers rural people to shape their local communities and economies. Together with our partners, we invest in community leaders who are investing in themselves, connecting them … Read More »
Wall, South Dakota’s tagline is “Window to the Badlands.” Thanks to the efforts of a forward-thinking city council and a progressive economic development corporation, that window is opening to dozens of new opportunities for this tourism-based community.
One of those opportunities includes a strategic focus on housing development to help overcome Wall’s dire lack of available housing. To help generate new ideas and access more housing resources, the Wall Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) joined the Dakota Resources Home Address Plus learning network in 2016 to help connect with other rural communities and learn from their successes. The network offers online support for housing questions, monthly webinars, access to tools and resources and bi-annual Home Address Plus learning network gatherings.
“We were invited to try the network before we joined. The first gathering we attended was very inspiring. We could see the … Read More »