Johnson seeds wells mn
The Faribault County EDA will hold a special meeting on Wednesday, September 2 at 3:30 to discuss the CARES Act Grants to Non-profits and Loan Forgiveness to Existing EDA Borrowers.
Faribault County Community Survey Results
The results are in from the 2020 Faribault County Community Survey! Click the link below to see a presentation of the results. If you have any questions please contact Annie.
COVID-19 Grant for Businesses – DEED
The Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) is offering $10,000 grants to small businesses. Applications will be open from June 23 – 5:00pm July 2. Funds will be distributed.
Reopening Strategies for Businesses
The Faribault County EDA is here to help as businesses begin to reopen. Here is a reopening guide put together by the Minnesota Retailers Association: https://www.mnretail.org/news/item/reopenHere is a safety plan template put.
COVID-19 Resources for Businesses
The EDA is here to help our Faribault County Businesses. If you are looking for guidance on the financial assistance programs, please take a look at this presentation. If you.
January 2020 Business Spotlight
The Faribault County EDA visited the new addition of Heartland Senior Living, Parker Oaks in Winnebago. Heartland Senior Living was formed in 2017 as a nonprofit. The nonprofit purchased three.
10 Week Succession Planning Class
Calling all business owners!The Faribault County EDA is partnering with the University of Minnesota Extension to provide a 10 week course on succession planning for businesses in Faribault County. The.
2020 Meeting Schedule
2020 EDA Meeting Schedule All Meetings begin at 3:00pmTuesday, January 21, 2020 Winnebago Tuesday, March 17, 2020 Elmore Tuesday, April 21, 2020 Minnesota Lake Tuesday, May 19, 2020 Blue.
November Business Spotlight
The EDA met at CCF Bank in Wells for their November meeting. The Board heard an update from Kelsey Warmka in regards to the plan to offer space for a.
October Business Spotlight
The EDA visited Minnesota Lake for their October Meeting. After the meeting, Board Members visited Kasey’s Country Cuts to present the October Business Spotlight Award. Kasey Stenzel is the owner.
Economic Development Authority
Johnson Family Farms
The extended families of brothers Scott and Charlie Johnson co-operate Johnson Family Farms. Charlie and Scott’s grandfather started the farm in the early 1900s. The farm was passed down to Scott and Charlie’s father, Bob, and eventually to the brothers. Now the tradition of passing on the farm to the next generation is continuing as Darin and Amber have established their careers at Johnson Farms.
In addition to their farming business the Johnson families run a Dekalb/Asgrow/Mycogen/Stine seed dealership and a trucking company. The families also sell precision planting equipment and Meridian seed tenders.
The Charles and Deb Johnson family includes daughter Nicki and her husband, Paul Dambowy, and their children, Brennen and Lola; son Darin, his wife, Rachel, and their kids, Tyra, Lexi and Aaron; and daughter Missy, and her husband, Brad Roux, and their children, Esme and Emmett.
The Scott and Linda Johnson family includes their daughter Amber and her husband, Andy Cords, along with their children, Kylin, Kenlie and Regan; daughter, Lindsay and her friend Jordan Drager.
Charlie Johnson is board chairman of CFS Cooperative; Scott serves as president of Benco Electric. Darin is a board member of the Minnesota Soybean Growers Association and Amber is President of the Wells Area Chamber of Commerce. The Johnson families support their local FFA chapters.
The extended families of brothers Scott and Charlie Johnson co-operate Johnson Family Farms. Charlie and Scott’s grandfather started the farm in the early 1900s. The farm was passed down to Scott and Charlie’s father, Bob, and eventually to the brothers. Now the tradition of passing on the farm to the next generation is continuing as Darin and Amber have established their