Herman, MN (May 2, 2019) – CHS announced a $1,550 grant to Ortonville Fire Department in Ortonville, MN. The funds supported the purchase of a gas meter, which will be used to assist responders during rescue calls. The gas meter is a hand-held sensor that is used to alert if there is a propane or natural gas leak and to confirm safe oxygen levels.
“We’re proud to support this project as a way to strengthen the community and see it thrive,” says Jared Nordly, CHS Agronomy Division Manager. “Projects like this are essential to enriching our rural area and the people who live here.”
The funds contributed by CHS were matched dollar for dollar by a CHS Seeds for Stewardship grant, which helps cooperatives grow their impact locally. Together, $1,550 will benefit Herman Fire Department.
“Cooperatives were founded on the principles of education, community involvement and cooperation,” says Nordly. “By combining resources, we are providing double the impact to our area and demonstrating the cooperative spirit.”
Providing products and services in the agronomy, energy, and grain markets with locations in the communities of Browns Valley, Chokio, Clinton, Donnelly, Fergus Falls, Herman, Milbank, Morris, Ortonville, Sisseton, Underwood & Wilmot, CHS is here to supply for your needs. For more on what’s new and to learn more about how our company gives back, visit us at www.chs-herman.com, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.