Success Stories

Image of kitchen incubator in Cache Valley

Cache Valley, Utah, has a number of small “agribusinesses” that have unique products but no commercial kitchen to prepare them in. Many businesses rent spaces in restaurants but the accompanying fees are burdensome.

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Image of solar panels at Pomar Junction Winery in Templeton, California

On California’s Central Coast, the Merrill family can trace their winemaking heritage back to at least eight generations ago, to even a grape arbor that was planted in the 19th Century.

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C.O.R.E @ the Camptonville Academy's new Personalized Learning resource center, overlooking Ellis Lake in Marysville, California.

In Marysville, California, a unique charter school offers a special opportunity to homeschooled students: teachers and classrooms. C.O.R.E. (Community Options for Resources in Education) @ the Camptonville Academy serves 420 students from kindergarten through 12th grade.

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Life Floor

Life Floor Manufacturing, Inc. is a leading designer of slip resistant tiles commonly used around pools and waterparks. In an effort to better serve their customers, they adopted  a lean manufacturing focus  and brought

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Henry Smith, wearing his World War II uniform coat because he had just had pictures taken in it, plays the lawn game Cornhole at Milnwood Village Apartments in Farmville.

On January 14 this year Henry Smith stepped off of a plane and onto Belgian soil for the first time in more than 70 years. Right away the setting was familiar to him.

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Dairy Cows at Kalispell Kreamery in Montana

Just about everybody in the Flathead Valley knows about Kalispell Kreamery. The creamery, located only 20 feet from the milking barn of their dairy, bottles milk with as little processing, delay and manipulation as possible.

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The Minidoka Dam’s history seems almost as long as its 2,237 foot long concrete pier and spillway.  Talk of building the dam in south-central Idaho to help early settlers do more than just scratch out a living goes back to the 1880’s, but finally came to fruition after Teddy Roosevelt signed The

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High energy usage is a widely recognized concern when operating a grocery store; lighting, compressors, heating, cooling - all have a nega-tive impact on the bottom line.

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Like a well established tree, the Logan County Economic Development Council (LCEDC) has established deep roots and has branched out throughout their service area.  The Council was established by Logan County business leaders, for the purpose of providing professional economic development services

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Like a well established tree, the Logan County Economic Development Council (LCEDC) has established deep roots and has branched out throughout their service area.  The Council was established by Logan County business leaders, for the purpose of providing professional economic development services

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