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Vilsack visit uplifts investment in meat processing
Wisconsin is home to over 15,000 lakes, 84,000 miles of rivers and streams, and six million acres of public land. These natural spaces are treasured by residents and visitors alike. Outdoor recreation improves the quality of life, supports rural economies, and is among the many reasons why Wisconsinites choose to live and work here.
The Community Networks in Wisconsin are diverse in their economies which range from agriculture, forestry, manufacturing, health care, and technology. While the Community Networks are in different areas across the state, the challenges they face are the same: access to high-speed internet and other infrastructure needs, greater economic diversification, availability of affordable housing, access to childcare, and availability of workers.
Community Networks in Wisconsin
Northern Wisconsin (page coming soon)
Greater Menominee (page coming soon)
Forest County (page coming soon)
Northwestern Wisconsin (page coming soon)
Adams County Visionary (page coming soon)
Recent News from Wisconsin
Rural Partners Network Contacts
Julie LassaUSDA Rural Development State Director
VACANTSupervisory Community Liaison