CHS Dakota Plains Ag is donating $57,033 to the Grain Plains Food Bank in 2022!
CHS Dakota Plains Ag Donates to Local Fire Departments in 2018
The CHS Seeds for Stewardship grant program uses matching funds from CHS and the local CHS business unit for projects that develop the next generation of ag leaders, help improve ag and community safety and enhance rural vitality in our communities. We presented the Valley City and Lisbon Fire Departments with donations to help improve and provide emergency equipment and response. Funds were dedicated to help purchase items of gas-powered exhaust fans, and extraction rescue/emergency response equipment.
(L to R) Assistant Fire Chief, Ron Burchill and Rydell Becker, CHS Dakota Plains Ag farm store manager in Valley City, presenting the check to the Fire Chief, Gary Retterrath.
(L to R) CHS Dakota Plains Ag safety leader, Verne Wolf, Lisbon Fire Chief, Justin Olson, and CHS Dakota Plains Ag SW regional agronomy manager, Scott Christianson.
CHS Donates $102,000 to Great Plains Food Bank in 2018
Great Plains Food Bank received a big boost from the Northland Region of CHS Country Operations. They donated over $102,000 to help out several food pantries across North Dakota. Presenting the check to the Great Plains Food Bank was Dale Beck of CHS Dakota Plains Ag (far left).
CHS Dakota Plains Ag Donates to Local Fire Departments
CHS Dakota Plains Ag recently presented stewardship grant funds to the Harwood, Gwinner, Kindred and Mooreton Fire Departments. The CHS Seeds For Stewardship Grant Program uses matching funds from CHS for projects that develop next-generation ag leaders, help improve ag and community safety and enhance rural vitality in our communities. The grant funds were presented to these community fire departments to help improve and provide emergency equipment and response. Funds were dedicated to help purchase items of a thermal imaging camera, extraction rescue winch, fire truck deck gun, rescue saw grain rescue auger, and confined space monitor.