A Powerful Champion for RuralX

Posted on May 17, 2019

Carey Grosdidier
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Dakota Resources would like to thank The Bush Foundation for their commitment to ruralX. This is their fourth year partnering with us to help deliver an amazing opportunity for rural shapers across the greater region. To date, the Foundation has invested more than one billion dollars in grants to thousands of organizations and individuals, and Dakota Resources is proud to be one of them.

Through their Championship Level Sponsorship of ruralX, the Bush Foundation continues to invest in great ideas and the people who power them. This is part of their mission for communities across Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and the 23 Native nations that share the same geographic area.

“The Bush Foundation sponsors events in our region that inspire, equip and connect people to think bigger and think differently about what’s possible in their communities and to lead more effectively. RuralX brings leaders from across the region together so they can share best practices, build their networks and reimagine what possible in their towns,” says Elli Haerter, North Dakota and South Dakota Activities Manager for The Bush Foundation.

If you are interested in learning more about how the Bush Foundation invests in people, ideas and communities, check out www.bushfoundation.org.

“If you are a person who cares about your rural community and you want to connect with people who also have a passion to help our rural places thrive, then you belong at ruralX. Get your tickets for ruralX at www.ruralx.org!” says Joe Bartmann, President at Dakota Resources.

RuralX will be held June 19 and 20 in Mitchell at Mitchell Wesleyan Church.To find more information about speakers, agenda and registration, visit www.ruralx.org or contact Dakota Resources at Cheryl@dakotaresources.org.

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