Our Sponsors

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  • Funds from an Aureon Charitable Fund award will be used to purchase equipment to support Healthy Harvest outreach to groups about the exciting local food work unfolding across North Iowa. Communication 1 Network, of Kanawha, provided a match to this grant that will be used to support updates to t

  • A Working Here grant from Farm Credit Services of America is lending support to the 2017 expansion of the Hampton MainStreet Restaurant Crawl. The Crawl itself is a celebration of community from top to bottom. Students from the Hampton-Dumont High School are thoroughly involved. Pro start

  • The mission of the Franklin County Board of Supervisors is to plan, finance and deliver services to the citizens of Franklin County that are both mandated and based on community needs in the areas of public safety, public health, human services, drainage, secondary roads, conservation, economic deve

  • Mason City Clinic has been instrumental in Healthy Harvest's farmers market support.  The Clinic's tag line of "Specialist Working Together for Your Health" is reflected in this support. In 2016, a MC Clinic grant supported our technical support of organizational development for the Nort

  • Location: At the plaza-look for signs Phone: (641) 832-3942 Fax: (641) 732 5218 Email: supervisors@mitchellcoia.us
  • POET Biorefining, located in Hanlontown, Iowa, produces 56 million gallons of ethanol annually and is the 11th ethanol plant managed by POET, who began building ethanol plants in the 1980s. Ethanol production by POET Biorefining - Hanlontown began on March 8, 2004 and annually consumes approximat

  • The board of supervisors are the legislative body of the county, composed of 3 members. They are responsible for the following aspects of county business: County policy County budget Set county tax levy Approve bonds & reports Fill employee vacancies Economic developm

Contact Us

To get more involved, contact
Healthy Harvest Coordinator
Jan Libbey
libbey.jan@gmail.com
515/851-1690