Membership

Dear Friends of the Center for Rural Policy and Development:

In 1997 a group of rural Minnesota advocates came together around a bold idea: to create a rural policy think tank that would provide policymakers, rural advocates and concerned citizens an objective, unbiased and politically “unspun” examination of contemporary rural issues. I am pleased to tell you that today the Center for Rural Policy and Development continues to thrive and is now recognized as a leading resource for rural policy research and development.

However, we are only able to maintain and grow this important resource and voice for rural Minnesota through the support of friends like you. Please consider becoming a member of the Center for Rural Policy and Development. As a member you will receive all of our reports and policy briefs, receive our quarterly newsletter and have early access to our policy forums and events. But most importantly, you will be helping to build a growing alliance of individuals and organizations voicing their support for rural Minnesota’s future.

With much thanks,

Brad Finstad, Executive Director
Center for Rural Policy and Development

 

How can you add your voice to the growing number of individuals concerned about rural Minnesota?

Become a member of the Center for Rural Policy and Development. Your tax-deductible investment will go to support our ongoing activities. As a member, you will automatically receive publications of our latest research on rural issues, our quarterly newsletter, and early registration to our policy forums.

Most importantly, though, you’ll be your adding your voice, helping to make rural Minnesota heard.

 

Please join today.

 

You can become a member/learn more about being a member of the Center for Rural Policy and Development by contacting us at (507) 934-7700.

Or by printing out a membership form and mailing it to:

Center for Rural Policy and Development
P.O. Box 3185
Mankato, MN 56002-3185

Questions? Call us at (507) 934-7700 or (877) RURALMN, or send us an e-mail.