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On December third, Dakota Resources jumped into the South Dakota Day of Giving by challenging rural economic development organizations across the state to participate in the day.
When it comes to rural challenges, one of the biggest obstacles many small towns face is a surplus of dilapidated properties and the need for quality, available housing.
After four months as the new Program Impact and Support Coordinator for Dakota Resources, Ellie Naasz is more than happy to talk about the reasons she’s glad to be back home.
As a champion for rural communities, we want to encourage as many rural economic development foundations as possible to take part in the South Dakota Day of Giving on December 3.
After nearly four years in the Twin Cities, the Timber Lake native and 2015 SDSU graduate, Tyrelle Schweitzer, was ready to exchange the opportunities of an urban lifestyle for a more relaxed pace, in a place where she felt welcome and at home.