- Products available for fundraising
- Products available for wholesale
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The Agricultural Products Utilization Commission creates new wealth and employment opportunities through the development of new and expanded uses of North Dakota agricultural products.
Artspace Suite 1 Gallery brings together a collective of local artists dedicated to creating professional art and presenting art to the community. Located in the Artspace building on the corner of Central and Main, the cooperative gallery has adopted the mission “to create great art for the community and a great community for artists.” For more information contact gallery personnel at email@example.com, or by calling the gallery at 701-833-8998.
Artspace Suite 1 Gallery
3 Main Street South, Suite 1
Minot, North Dakota
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The Bank of North Dakota’s mission is to promote agriculture, commerce and industry in North Dakota. It’s the only state-owned bank in the nation.
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Dakota Hope Clinic is a faith-based, life-affirming, non-political, non-denominational Christian 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, governed by a local volunteer board of directors and affiliated with Heartbeat International. It is the only center in north-central/western ND that is part of the worldwide pregnancy help movement, formed to help women and men escape the temptation and pressure to abort their babies.
Dakota Prairie Enrichment Center, Inc. (DPEC) is a non-profit corporation that operates the Reeder Community Center (former Reeder Public School). It operates on tax deductible contributions, grants, memberships, fund-raising, and facility rentals. Rooms available for rent include: Gymnasium / Auditorium, Kitchen / Dining Room, Meeting Rooms, and 13 Lodging Rooms. We also have amenities accessible to surrounding communities along with lodgers. These amenities include the Fitness Room, Recreation Room, Library, and Pheasant Cleaning Station.
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The mission of HigherSpeaking is to give people hope in what is to come after this life, strength to never give up, and faith in what they cannot see.
HIT provides employment for adults with disabilities and operates several small businesses that produce North Dakota products. West River Produce, HIT’s licensed kitchen, produces fruit pizza, veggie pizza, fresh fruit and vegetable trays, snack mixes, boxed lunches, cookies and more. They are willing to try almost anything that makes your office or family gathering easier! Free delivery in Bismarck/Mandan is available Monday-Friday until 4 p.m. In addition, West River Production makes the Wrap-It-Game, a popular outdoor game that involves players trying to beat each other in tossing a bolo ball at a set of ladders. They also make gift crates with a brand of North Dakota and a buffalo on each side. Sizes vary.
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Our Mission at Impact Dakota is to positively impact business results of manufacturers and other industries.
Our Vision is to be the most trusted and respected resource for North Dakota businesses. We work with companies of all shapes and sizes to help them achieve long-term growth and stability by implementing world class practices.
We are committed to providing you with services and access to public and private resources which help you to thrive and grow, improve your processes and productivity levels, and develop your leadership and a skilled workforce. Click here to learn more about our services.
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Lake Agassiz Development Group is a non-profit economic development organization. It provides access to capital to small business owners throughout North Dakota, utilizing loan programs sponsored by the SBA and USDA. The loan programs are designed for small businesses unable to obtain traditional financing.
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The North Dakota Beef Commission conducts and funds beef promotion, research and education programs at the state, national and international level. Their mission is to increase consumer awareness of beef, consumer demand for beef, and profitability for the beef industry. These programs are funded by beef producers through a national and state beef checkoff assessment.
It is the mission of the North Dakota Council on the Arts (NDCA) to promote, preserve and perpetuate the arts in North Dakota. Currently, NDCA has traditional folk art publications and CD’s as well as unique, one-of-a-kind special edition ornaments available for purchase.
Founded in 1927, North Dakota Farmers Union (NDFU) is the largest general farm organization in the state of North Dakota. With more than 45,000 member families, we provide a network of educational programs, services and events that benefit farmers, ranchers and rural communities.
As an innovative and progressive organization, Farmers Union works to enhance legislation that supports agriculture and the cooperative business model. Each summer, we host youth camps that teach leadership skills and co-op education to more than 1,000 youth. A wide variety of social activities and educational events for producers also take place year round.
NDGDA is a statewide trade association representing the North Dakota grain, feed, and grain-processing industries. Association activities are focused on providing services and advocating policies that further the interests of the commercial grain industry in North Dakota.
The North Dakota Soybean Council administers a commodity check-off of soybeans that promotes, educates and conducts research for soybean producers.
The North Dakota Turkey Federation’s objective is to promote turkey and turkey products.
The North Dakota Wheat Commission promotes the use of North Dakota wheat by creating and maintaining market opportunities through efforts including trade servicing, education and other customer service activities. The commission also works to reinforce consumption of grain foods, fund wheat research and influence import and export policies.
Northern Plains Potato Growers Association (NPPGA) supports the potato industry in North Dakota and Northwestern Minnesota through promotion, education, market development, research, and coordination of government affairs.