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A Local Stakeholder-Led Conversation with Relevant Federal Agencies

Wednesday, August 7th - Thursday, August 8th, 2024

Western Iowa Tech Community College

4647 Stone Ave, Sioux City, IA

Located in the Tallgrass prairie ecosystem, along the Missouri and Big Sioux Rivers, Siouxland and Western Iowa is the current and ancestral lands of the Jíwere–Ñút’achi Máyaⁿ (Otoe-Missouria),   Umoⁿhoⁿ (Omaha) , Očhéthi Šakówiŋ territories  (Yankton Sioux).


We have an exciting, two days planned where you’ll learn how communities in Western Iowa and Siouxland are seeking to use the historic federal funding opportunities flowing into the region, as well as some of the opportunities and challenges communities are encountering in accessing funds from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, Inflation Reduction Act, and CHIPS and Science Act.

Our program includes opportunities to hear from community members and stakeholders about how they are approaching the funding opportunities and what they believe their communities need, as well as some of the concerns they have about the future. This hands-on event will facilitate direct engagement with representatives from federal, state, and local agencies, government representatives, as well as private, non-profit, and higher education sector stakeholders.


Getting There

OMA Omaha Eppley Airfield (flyoma.com)

Sioux Gateway Airport (flysux.com)

It is about 100 miles from Omaha to Sioux City. Sioux Gateway is quite small and has only a few rental car agencies on site.







Contact Liz Anderson | liz@unitedtoday.org



Public Town Hall

Local folks, business owners, and elected reps sharing successes, challenges, and opportunities that can shape the future of energy in Utah.


Lifting Up Federal Funding Successes

Attendees sharing examples of how federal funding is strengthening rural Utah’s local economies and delivering benefits to communities.

Invite-Only Stakeholder Meeting

Representatives from federal, regional, and state agencies and local stakeholders will strategize on how to ensure federal dollars help create good jobs, promote local hiring, and meet community needs.

For more information

Paul Getsos | Director | UTST


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