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Chippewa Valley Internetworking Consortium

#333333; font-family: Georgia, 'Bitstream Charter', serif; background-color: ;">The Chippewa Valley Internetworking Consortium (CINC) is a regional Community Area Network (CAN) formed in 1999 that is committed to “Broadband Serving the Public Interest.” CINC became an Unincorporated Association in 2011 and coordinates regional communication infrastructure projects with city, county and state government, educational institutions, libraries, hospitals, health care, nonprofits, and tech

Hay River Transition Initiative

Local initiative for the Hay River Area and home to the Tellall mailing list.

By harnessing the collective genius of our community members and through principals such as reskilling, open space meetings, and relocalization, we will be a more resilient, vibrant and sustainable community.

League of Women Voters of the Greater Chippewa Valley

#2a2a2a;">​The League of Women Voters-GCV members are from Dunn County and the surrounding Chippewa Valley area. We are a non-partisan organization devoted to helping members and fellow citizens develop educated political opinions and act upon them through the democratic process. Our activities include an active outreach to register voters and give them accurate information on voter laws.

Indivisible Chippewa Valley

Donald Trump is the biggest popular-vote loser in history to ever call himself President-Elect. In spite of the fact that he has no mandate, he will attempt to use his congressional majority to reshape America in his own racist, authoritarian, and corrupt image. If progressives are going to stop this, we must stand indivisibly opposed to Trump and the Members of Congress (MoCs) who would do his bidding. Together, we have the power to resist — and we have the power to win.