Dairyland Power and Jackson Electric donate to Black River Falls Community Project

La Crosse, WI— Dairyland Power Cooperative and Jackson Electric Cooperative are proud to announce
their contributions to the City of Black River Falls’ All-Abilities Playground. Dairyland has made a $1,000
donation to support this community project in addition to Jackson Electric Cooperative’s previous
The Black River Falls All-Abilities Playground, set to become a beacon of inclusivity and accessibility, aims
to provide a safe and enjoyable space for individuals of all abilities to come together, play and interact.
This project aligns with Dairyland and Jackson’s shared values of empowering and uplifting local
“Creating inclusive spaces where everyone can participate and thrive is critical in every community and
we are excited to help make that a reality in Black River Falls,” said Dairyland President and CEO Brent
“As a member-owned cooperative, we are dedicated to serving and improving the lives of our
members,” said General Manager and CEO Kevin Babcock. “This contribution reinforces our
commitment to the cooperative principle of Concern for Community and signifies our dedication to
fostering a more inclusive and welcoming environment for all.”
Dairyland’s Cooperative Contributions Program continues to invest in initiatives that support education,
environmental stewardship and community well-being. Similarly, Jackson Electric Cooperative strives to
uplift its local communities through various charitable endeavors.
With headquarters in La Crosse, Wis., Dairyland provides wholesale electricity to 24 member distribution
cooperatives and 27 municipal utilities. A Touchstone Energy Cooperative, Dairyland’s service area
encompasses 62 counties in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa and Illinois. Visit http://www.dairylandpower.com.

Jackson Electric Cooperative is a member-owned electric cooperative providing electricity and energy-
related programs and services to more than 6,400 members in Jackson County and portions of Monroe,

La Crosse, Clark, Trempealeau, and Eau Claire counties.

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