Press Releases

DPC's Genoa staff volunteer at De Soto Schools

Back-to-School 2020 just got better at the De Soto Middle and High School, thanks to six skilled employees from Dairyland's Genoa #3 power plant.  

Four Mechanics (Nate Hoover, Kurt Krause, Tom Nickelatti, Dave Wucherer), one Electrician (John Clements) and one Instrument Technician (Brian Ziegler) spent eight hours at the school recently, helping prepare the building for a safe student return. Some of the building materials were donated by Dairyland. 

Dairyland’s Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

June 16, 2020

Recent events in America confirm how far we as a nation need to go to meet the promise of liberty and equality for all. Diversity, equity and inclusion must be truly integrated in all aspects of an organization. Dairyland Power Cooperative is committed to challenge our organization to ensure we incorporate these fundamental values in all we do, and to help lead change in society.

Peregrine falcon chicks banded at Dairyland's Alma Site

June 12, 2020

The 2020 Peregrine falcon nesting season is a success at both Dairyland’s Genoa and Alma power plant nesting sites. In June, the four chicks at the Alma Site were banded.

“Every chick receives a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service band and a numbered identification band from the Raptor Resource Project. Information such as name, gender, age and nest is recorded in a database. That way, if one of these birds returns, we can look up the band number and determine if it has returned home,” said Ben Campbell, Dairyland Environmental Biologist II. 

Showing that Co-op Heart In & Out of Work

May 29, 2020

At Dairyland, we often talk about how our actions are guided by the Cooperative Principles and our Mission to improve quality of life. These creeds aren’t just lip service, they’re values Dairylanders live by, in and out of the workplace. We see it when coworkers spend their down time making PPE for health care workers, coaching youth, building homes for families that need a fresh start, serving on local charitable boards... the list could go on and on. 

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