Dakota Resources Celebrates New Website Launch
Last week, Dakota Resources launched a new website to better serve rural shapers. The website, which can be found at DakotaResources.org, offers an improved user experience, both on desktop and on mobile, and features a more intuitive navigation menu and pages that are better suited to our work today.
“We’re pleased to share our new website with our communities, partners, and stakeholders,” said Ellie Naasz, Director of Community Impact for Dakota Resources. “The work and reach of Dakota Resources has certainly evolved over our 25-year history and has continued to expand in recent years. We’re excited about this refreshed web presence while maintaining our familiar brand colors and logo work.”
Dakota Resources’ new website has been designed with the needs of rural communities in mind. From the easy menu navigation to its user-friendly look, the website helps visitors to quickly access the information they need. In addition to sharing both our history and our vision for the future in a compelling way, the website more clearly defines who we serve in our work to connect capacity and capital for the betterment of rural communities.
An additional benefit of the new website is the newly created “Resources” page, which provides our viewers with a collection of curated resources to help build a network of support, facilitate learning opportunities, and leverage shared capacity.
“We aim to act as a resource for our communities, and the ‘Resources’ page is aptly named to better foster that,” Naasz said. “This page will act as a repository of information that will continually be updated as a way to access some of the critical pieces of our work for anyone who’s passionate about building a thriving rural. And because transparency is important to us at Dakota Resources, our organizational publications, such as our annual reports, will also be available here.”
The new website also clarifies the variety of ways in which economic development organizations, leaders in rural communities, businesses looking to support rural communities, financial institutions, and investors can get involved in supporting our work. From long-term capital investments to programming support and flexible donation opportunities, we want to equip rural shapers everywhere with the information they need to make community-driven impacts in ways that they desire, and our “Partner” pages do just that.
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