Innovate Illinois Supports Richland Community College’s Bid for Recompete Phase 2 Funding

DECATUR — Today, Innovate Illinois announced its support for Richland Community College’s (Richland) application for the Recompete Pilot Program Phase 2, submitted to the Economic Development Administration (EDA). This initiative seeks a transformative $47 million grant aimed at fortifying workforce development and economic resilience in Decatur. Richland’s proposed project, Workforce Opportunities for Resilient Communities (WORC), targets pivotal economic and workforce development through direct intervention in education, training and job preparation, particularly within Decatur’s urban core which has faced historical employment challenges.

“As chair of Innovate Illinois, I am deeply committed to uplifting our communities through strategic investments in innovation and workforce development,” said Governor JB Pritzker. “The WORC project at Richland Community College is a stellar example of how targeted funding can transform not just local economies, but also significantly enhance lives of by providing the tools and opportunities necessary for a prosperous future.”

Richland is the only community college nationwide to apply for this phase, highlighting its pivotal role in addressing local and regional economic challenges. The WORC initiative plans to significantly decrease the prime age employment gap, particularly among historically underserved Black populations in Decatur’s urban core, through targeted training in emerging sectors like electric vehicle manufacturing and precision fermentation.

This application leverages one of the state’s recent designations as an EDA Tech Hub, enhancing the project’s impact through synergies with state-led technology initiatives such as the Illinois Fermentation and Agriculture Bioprocessing (iFAB) Tech Hub. The iFAB Tech Hub alone anticipates the creation of thousands of jobs, significantly enriching the state’s technology infrastructure and workforce capacity. WORC and the iFAB Tech Hub represent monumental wins for Decatur and the broader Illinois area, signaling a new era of economic prosperity and technological leadership.

“These initiatives are not just about economic development—they are about reshaping our community’s future,” said Nicole Bateman, President of the Economic Development Corporation of Decatur-Macon County. “By harnessing local innovations and fostering a skilled workforce, we are setting a strong foundation for sustained, equitable growth in Decatur and beyond.”

“At Richland, we are dedicated to not just educating, but empowering our community,” said Dr. Cristobal Valdez, President of Richland. “Through WORC, we aim to transform the economic landscape of Decatur by providing sustainable and meaningful employment opportunities, directly addressing the employment disparities that have long affected our region.”

“WORC is set to be a cornerstone in revitalizing our community by equipping our residents with the skills needed for the jobs of tomorrow,” said Rev. Courtney Carson, Vice President of External Affairs and EnRich. “This is about creating lasting economic resilience through education and opportunity.”

“This comprehensive approach goes beyond job creation—it builds a foundation for sustained economic health and stability in our communities,” said Debbie Bogle, President of the United Way of Decatur & Mid-Illinois.

“Preparing our youth for successful careers is smart strategy for building strong communities, creating wealth and generational change,” said Ashley Grayned, Executive Director of Innovative Programs and Strategic Planning for Decatur Public Schools.   

“Through strong local coordination and advocacy, Richland Community College has been selected as a finalist for significant funding through the federal Recompete grant program,” said Congresswoman Nikki Budzinski. “I’m proud to support this exciting economic development opportunity that can help our community continue to lead in 21st century technology and innovation. I look forward to continuing to advocate for Decatur to receive this exciting workforce development opportunity.”

Innovate Illinois continues to work closely with federal and state partners to secure critical funding that supports key technologies, driving forward the state’s economic growth and technological advancements. The WORC project exemplifies the impactful initiatives that Innovate Illinois champions to foster a vibrant, inclusive, and prosperous tech ecosystem across the state.

About Innovate Illinois

Innovate Illinois is a public-private coalition that was formed to drive the coordinated and robust effort in securing unprecedented levels of federal funding made available by landmark legislation including the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill, the CHIPS and Science Act and the Inflation Reduction Act. Securing more federal funding for key technologies will propel the state to attract more companies and investors to grow Illinois’ vibrant tech ecosystem.



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InnovaFeed Begins Operations in Decatur


DECATUR, Ill. (WAND) — Now operating in its first phase, Innovafeed will become the world’s largest insect protein plant.

The second phase will include a much larger facility located between ADM and Richland Community College, an area which has seen considerable economic growth in recent years and is expected to continue to grow.

Insect protein is used for animal and plant nutrition. Black soldier flies are reared in an indoor farm and then processed into insect meal, oil, and soil amendment

Innovafeed is a French-based company expanding into central Illinois. When the second phase is built it will eventually employ 250 to 300 people.

Clément Ray, the CEO of Innovafeed said the company chose Decatur for its first U.S. operation “because of its location in the heart of the Midwest corn belt and its proximity to our partner ADM and other agribusiness leaders.”

“Innovative, exciting new approaches to agricultural and environmental challenges are what Illinois is all about, from the invention of the farm silo to global leaders like Innovafeed,” said Governor JB Pritzker.

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Rooted in Renewal: Primient Commits $700M Investment for Sustainable, Plant-Based Future

[Decatur, Illinois] March 7, 2024 – Primient, a leader in plant-based food and industrial ingredient production, has announced capital investment exceeding $700 million across the company’s operational footprint.

Celebrated at the “Rooted in Renewal” event on this day at the company’s iconic A.E. Staley era “castle in the cornfields” administration building, the comprehensive 5-year phased investment sets a new industry standard – reflecting Primient’s commitment to its deep corn milling roots, its strong position as a market leader, and a visionary approach towards a brighter, more sustainable future.

Strategic Investment, Purposeful Modernization

Primient’s investment strategy is already working to drive purposeful modernization in critical production assets and processes, ensuring the highest quality, most reliable production for decades to come.

“The scale of investments —particularly in the Decatur operations—is unmatched in our industry and clearly signals our ambition to be the partner of choice now and for the future,” stated Jim Stutelberg, CEO, Primient.

While upgrading Primient’s Decatur site is key to unlocking potential across the business, significant planned investments extend to Primient’s wet milling operations in Lafayette, IN and Loudon, TN where operational and infrastructure upgrades are already working to deliver material step changes in essential unit operations such as refining and drying.

In addition to the milestone investment, Primient continues to set itself apart in the corn wet milling industry as the only corn wet miller to completely phase out coal and transition to more sustainable energy sources across all facilities. These strides are primary differentiators as the company builds to win across the opportunities of the bioeconomy.

As part of the expansion, the company received an Economic Development for a Growing Economy (EDGE) tax credit which provides the company an incentive for job creation in Decatur.

Celebrating a Legacy of Partnership at Every Level

Joining the event were elected officials and industry leaders, collectively demonstrating widespread support for Primient’s vision and growth. “I couldn’t be prouder to join Primient leadership as they announce a historic $400 million capital investment in their Decatur site,” said Governor JB Pritzker. “This doesn’t just secure Primient’s status as a market leader—it speaks to their commitment to serve as a true community partner. And on every measure, it is our shared goals—from advancing environmental sustainability to promoting economic development—that bind us together. On behalf of the State of Illinois, we couldn’t be more excited to see all that Primient achieves over the coming years.”

Echoing the sentiments of state and company leadership, Decatur Mayor Julie Wolfe Moore said, “Primient’s investment in its Decatur operations reinforces the company’s long-standing position as a community leader and signifies strong confidence in our shared future. We are proud to partner with them as they lay the foundation for the next generation, ensuring that Decatur is ready to step into the potential of the bioeconomy.”

About Primient
Primient is a leader in the plant-based food and industrial ingredient industry, rooted in a pioneering legacy and investing for industry excellence for our people, partners, and communities.



Decatur, Illinois’ Recompete Plan led by Richland Community College Named a Finalist in Biden-Harris Administration’s Distressed Area Recompete Pilot Program

Contact: Julie Melton, AVP, Institutional Advancement
Phone: (217) 875-7211, ext. 6209; 217-855-7805

December 20, 2023

Decatur, Illinois’ Recompete Plan led by Richland Community College Named a Finalist in Biden-Harris Administration’s Distressed Area Recompete Pilot Program

Decatur, IL – The Decatur, Illinois’ Recompete Plan, led by Richland Community College, has been selected as one of twenty-two (out of more than 500) Phase 1 finalists in the Biden-Harris Administration’s Distressed Area Recompete Pilot Program. This announcement comes on the heels of the prestigious designation of the iFAB Tech Hub between Macon, Piatt, and Champaign counties as one of the 31 inaugural Tech Hubs nationwide, showcasing potential for rapid growth in key technology sectors, aiming to generate employment opportunities and enhance U.S. economic and national security.

This groundbreaking Recompete plan seeks an approximate investment of $20-$50 million to address critical inhibitors contributing to unemployment among underserved populations in Decatur.

Focusing on scaling our proven EnRich training model, the proposal aims equip workers with the skills needed for job opportunities in the burgeoning electric vehicle and precision fermentation sectors.

The Decatur, Illinois’ Recompete Plan outlines a comprehensive three-pronged strategy:

  • Workforce Training: Targeted training programs to empower residents for well-paying manufacturing jobs in the evolving electric vehicle and precision fermentation industries.
  • Wraparound Supports: Recognizing the need for comprehensive assistance, the plan includes robust support systems to address barriers hindering workforce participation, ensuring individuals have the necessary resources for success.
  • Strengthening Manufacturing Pathways for High School Seniors: Fortify educational pathways, particularly for high school seniors, creating opportunities for them to enter the manufacturing workforce.

“Richland has been committed to changing lives and improving the economic vitality of our communities through rigorous and effective workforce training for many years,” said Dr. Cristobal “Cris” Valdez, President of Richland Community College. “We are elated to be named finalists and are confident that, if chosen, we will continue to provide a prepared trained workforce through our EnRich Program by moving adults out of unemployment and out of poverty into productive careers that will strengthen our community, bolster the local economy, and most important, change individuals’ lives for the better.”

The potential impact of this initiative extends beyond the college, emphasizing community-wide coordination and collaboration between Richland Community College, Economic Development Corporation of Decatur-Macon County, Decatur Public Schools and the United Way of Decatur & Mid-Illinois. Nicole Bateman, President of the Economic Development Corporation of Decatur-Macon County, highlighted the significance of collective efforts: “We realize success by combining our strengths and forming deliberate, collaborative approaches to address our community’s challenges. An incredible amount of coordination between these four agencies was put forth for the first phase of this application process.”

Debbie Bogle, President of the United Way of Decatur and Mid Illinois, emphasized the need to create self-sufficiency in residents of Macon County and if chosen we will be able to make a significant impact in our community.

Underlining the transformative potential for local education and career pathways Ashley Grayned, Executive Director of Innovative Programs & Strategic Planning with Decatur Public Schools (DPS), emphasized the impact on local students: “Decatur Public Schools is ecstatic about the possibility of receiving this funding to connect our high school students to viable career opportunities in our community. DPS recognizes the need to be intentional about connecting our high school students to opportunities before High School graduation. This will increase the likelihood for students to become successful, thriving, productive citizens in our community, which has a direct impact on the prime age employment gap in our community.”

Approval of this plan would not be possible without the support of Governor Pritzker, Innovate Illinois, and the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity. Their commitment highlights their dedication to fostering innovation and economic growth in not only the State of Illinois, but our community.

The proposal will now advance to Phase 2, where detailed implementation projects will be considered for funding. The Biden-Harris Administration, through the Economic Development Administration, remains steadfast in its commitment to ensuring that no community is left behind in the nation’s economic growth and recovery. Richland Community College stands ready to contribute to this vision, anticipating the opportunity to make a substantial impact on the lives of Decatur residents.

About Richland Community College
Richland Community College has proudly and successfully served the citizens of district 537 through a strong mix of workforce, technical and transfer education for the past 50 years. Our dedicated staff provides diverse and meaningful support services to make every student’s experience both personal and rewarding. (

Upcoming Small Business Webinars in 2024

Get ready, Macon County! As a partner of the Illinois Small Business Development Center at Champaign County EDC, we’ll be co-hosting lots of no-cost webinars that range from digital marketing to social media and everything in between. Take a look at the listings below and click on the link to learn more and register.

January 8, 2024 | 1-2 PM | How to Develop a Marketing Strategy for eCommerce
January 11, 2024 | 10-11 AM | Advertising with Google Ads
January 22, 2024 | 1-2 PM | Auditing Your Digital Existence
January 25, 2024 | 1-2 PM | Unlocking Facebook & Instagram Ads
January 26, 2024 | 10-11 AM | Illinois Paid Leave for All Workers Act

February 5, 2024 | 1-2 PM | The Do’s and Don’ts of Building an Online Store
February 6, 2024 | 10-11 AM | Email Marketing Essentials
February 19, 2024 | 1-2 PM | Using Email Marketing to Promote Your Online Store
February 27, 2024 | 1-2 PM | How to Respond to Online Reviews

March 4, 2024 | 1-2 PM | Using Social Media to Promote Your Online Store
March 12, 2024 | 1-2 PM | Marketing on a Shoestring Budget – Maximizing Impact with Minimal Spend
March 18, 2024 | 1-2 PM | Customer Reviews: Why You Need Them and How to Get Them
March 28, 2024 | 10-11 AM | Social Media 101

April 11. 2024 | 10-11 AM | Mastering Instagram Reels: An Interactive Walkthrough (HELD AT CHAMPAIGN PUBLIC LIBRARY)

May 3, 2024 | 10-11 AM | Small Business Marketing Essentials
May 14, 2024 | 1-2 PM | The Art of Visual Storytelling
May 30, 2024 | 10-11 AM | Navigating Google’s Latest Updates for Business Growth

June 11, 2024 | 1-2 PM | Digital Marketing Essentials
June 27, 2024 | 10-11 AM | Optimize Your Social Media Accounts

July 9, 2024 | 1-2 PM | LinkedIn for Business
July 24, 2024 | 10-11 AM | Getting Started on Canva (HELD AT CHAMPAIGN PUBLIC LIBRARY)

August 8, 2024 | 10-11 AM | Instagram for Business 101 (HELD AT CHAMPAIGN PUBLIC LIBRARY)
August 20, 2024 | 10-11 AM | Instagram for Business 201 (HELD AT CHAMPAIGN PUBLIC LIBRARY)

September 10, 2024 | 2-3 PM | Photography Tips for Your Business (HELD AT CHAMPAIGN PUBLIC LIBRARY)
September 26, 2024 | 10-11 AM | Choosing the Right Website Platform for Your Business (HELD AT CHAMPAIGN PUBLIC LIBRARY)

October 8, 2024 | 2-3 PM | Identify and Engage Your Target Audience (HELD AT CHAMPAIGN PUBLIC LIBRARY)
October 23, 2024 | 10-11 AM | Holiday Marketing Checklist (HELD AT CHAMPAIGN PUBLIC LIBRARY)

November 14, 2024 | 10-11 AM | Mastering Instagram Reels (HELD AT CHAMPAIGN PUBLIC LIBRARY)
November 20, 2024 | 2-3 PM | Understanding SEO – Boosting Your Business Visibility (HELD AT CHAMPAIGN PUBLIC LIBRARY)

December 12, 2024 | 10-11 AM | Website Audit Checklist for 2025 (HELD AT CHAMPAIGN PUBLIC LIBRARY)

DCEO Announces $25 Million in Grant Funding Through Back to Business NewBiz Program









The Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity has announced $25 million in available grant funding through the Back to Business (B2B) NewBiz program.

Following state recovery programming for businesses totaling $1.5 billion, the latest American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA)-funded opportunity is designed to provide additional support for businesses in hard-hit sectors who launched during the pandemic. Businesses that launched in 2020 or 2021 and remain in operation have faced significant impacts during the pandemic, but they have not been eligible for other federal or state relief programming since they were not operational prior to the pandemic.

Applicants are encouraged to visit to learn more and apply from November 30, 2023 – January 11, 2024.

Learn more here:

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U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) announces the Illinois Fermentation and Agriculture Biomanufacturing Hub (iFAB) as a Tech Hub Designee in Champaign-Urbana and Decatur MSAs

WASHINGTON, DC — The Biden-Harris administration, through the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA), today announced the designation of 31 Tech Hubs in regions across the country. This is the first phase of the new Tech Hubs program, which is an economic development initiative designed to drive regional innovation and job creation by strengthening a region’s capacity to manufacture, commercialize, and deploy technology that will advance American competitiveness.  The program invests directly in burgeoning, high-potential U.S. regions and aims to transform them into globally competitive innovation centers.

Tech Hubs was authorized by the bipartisan CHIPS and Science Act, a key part of President Biden’s Investing in America agenda, which he signed into law in August 2022.  It is an economic development initiative designed to drive regional innovation and job creation by strengthening a region’s capacity to manufacture, commercialize, and deploy technology that will advance American competitiveness. The program invests directly in burgeoning, high-potential U.S. regions and aims to transform them into globally competitive innovation centers. The program was authorized by the bipartisan CHIPS and Science Act – a key part of President Biden’s Investing in America agenda, which he signed into law in August 2022.

These Tech Hubs are located across 32 states and Puerto Rico, and represent a cross-section of urban and rural regions. Designation is an endorsement of the region’s plans to supercharge their respective technological industries to create jobs, strengthen U.S. competitiveness, and protect national security. The Tech Hubs announced today focus on industries ranging from autonomous systems, quantum computing, biotechnology, precision medicine, clean energy advancement, semiconductor manufacturing, and more, and highlight how the Biden Harris Administration is investing in innovation and economic growth in every region of the United States.

EDA also awarded 29 Strategy Development Grants (SDG) to help communities significantly increase local coordination and planning activities. Such development could make selected grantees more competitive for future Tech Hubs funding opportunities.

“President Biden’s Investing in America agenda is rooted in policies that will empower the United States to out-innovate and out-compete the rest of the world. Our Tech Hubs Program is fundamental to that mission and will supercharge innovation across the nation by spurring cutting-edge technological investments and creating 21st century job opportunities in people’s backyards,” said U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo. “Each of these consortia will help us ensure the industries of the future—and their good-paying jobs—start, grow, and remain in the United States.”

“Innovation, cutting-edge research, and creativity can be found in every community across America. Thanks to President Biden’s Investing in America Agenda, the Tech Hubs program is seizing that potential and investing in regional consortia that will boost U.S. manufacturing, create more good-paying jobs and bolster U.S. global competitiveness,” said Deputy Secretary of Commerce Don Graves. “The phase 1 designees and grant recipients reflect the diverse technological industries growing here at home and are symbols of American innovation and opportunity. The Tech Hubs program will provide them tools and resources to drive economic growth across the nation, which Americans will feel for generations to come.”

“President Biden’s Tech Hubs program will catalyze technological advances in communities across America, laying the foundations for future centers of world class innovation, manufacturing, and good paying jobs,” said Director of the National Economic Council Lael Brainard.

The Phase 1 winners were selected from nearly 400 applications from regional consortia that include industry, academia, state and local governments, economic development organizations, and labor and workforce partners. As part of the Tech Hubs competition, each consortium outlined plans for strengthening its region’s capacity to manufacture, commercialize, and deploy critical technologies.

“These outstanding Tech Hubs Designees exemplify place-based economic development strategies at their best: combining federal resources with regional assets, expertise, and coalitions to implement transformational opportunities, said Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development Alejandra Y. Castillo. “As each region develops its own strategy to catalyze innovation and job creation, the entire nation grows more secure and more competitive.”

Today, the Department of Commerce is launching a second Tech Hubs Notice of Funding Opportunity, allowing these designated Tech Hubs to apply to receive between $40 million and $70 million each for implementation funding, totaling nearly $500 million.

The Tech Hubs designees are:

The Strategy Development Grant (SDG) Recipients are:

Read more about the Tech Hubs program at

About the U.S. Economic Development Administration (
The mission of the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) is to lead the federal economic development agenda by promoting competitiveness and preparing the nation’s regions for growth and success in the worldwide economy. An agency within the U.S. Department of Commerce, EDA invests in communities and supports regional collaboration in order to create jobs for U.S. workers, promote American innovation, and accelerate long-term sustainable economic growth.


Celebrating Manufacturing Month in Macon County









Richland Community College hosted the 2023 Manufacturing Days Celebration for high school students in Macon County. The two-day event showcased local companies and modern manufacturing careers, engaging students through interactive simulations and facility tours. Industry leaders gave students a taste of their daily contributions to our manufacturing sector.

Thanks to Richland Community College for organizing and hosting the event, and to the following companies for participating:

Align Product Systems
IBEW Midstate Electrical Training Center
Mason Manufacturing
Mueller Company

An estimated 4.6 million manufacturing jobs will need to be filled in the United States over the next decade. Events like Manufacturing Days are coordinated in hopes that the next generation of manufacturers will become inspired for careers in manufacturing, along with those who are currently looking for an amazing career.

Warwick Carbon Solutions Announces Construction of First-of-Its-Kind Lower-Emission Power Facility in Decatur



Innovative Facility Will Utilize ADM Carbon Capture Capabilities As Well As CO2 Removal Technology to Achieve 90+% Capture Efficiency, With Capacity to Permanently Sequester More Than 2 Million Tons of CO2 Annually

Demonstrates positive environmental impact opportunity of CCS Technology in Reducing Carbon Emissions at Commercial Scale

HOUSTONOct. 5, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Broadwing Energy LLC (a subsidiary of Warwick Carbon Solutions) announced today that it has signed a formal agreement paving the way for Broadwing Energy, a first-of-its-kind power and steam facility that will capture over 90% of CO2 emissions with a combination of CO2 removal technology and ADM’s permanent carbon storage wells.

ADM and Warwick Carbon Solutions originally announced their intention to build a new power and steam facility in 2021. Since then, they have evolved and expanded the scope of the project: The new plan calls for Warwick to build and operate a natural gas power plant that will provide both electricity and steam to ADM’s Decatur processing operations, using removal technology to capture CO2 emissions, which will then be safely and permanently stored underground using ADM’s CCS capabilities. The companies expect the new facility to have a CO2 capture efficiency of over 90%, with the potential to permanently sequester over 2 million tons of CO2 emissions per year.

“Warwick is pleased to announce this important next step for Broadwing Energy and our partnership with ADM, which we view as a game changer in the development and the deployment of carbon capture and sequestration,” said Jonathan Wiens, CEO, Warwick Carbon Solutions. “Broadwing will showcase the industry-leading capabilities of ADM’s sequestration operations, Mitsubishi Power’s state-of-the-art power generation equipment, and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America’s carbon dioxide removal technology for a proven and trusted decarbonization solution. This project will serve as a model for others to follow as we work toward decarbonizing our economy and the world.”

“ADM continues to lead in the decarbonization of the industries in which we operate,” said Ian Pinner, ADM’s senior vice president of Strategy and Innovation. “Our world-class carbon capture and storage facility is powering our ability to offer low-carbon intensity ingredients and applications to meet customer demand, acting as an accelerator for growth platforms like BioSolutions and a foundational enabler for our potential entry into sustainable aviation fuel. We look forward to working with Warwick to advance this important work.”

Broadwing Energy has the potential to support more than a thousand direct and indirect jobs during construction, along with approximately two dozen jobs for operation of the facility.

“Broadwing Energy demonstrates Decatur’s position as a global leader in technology and innovation, and industrial growth is not possible without the necessary utility infrastructure to support it,” said Nicole Bateman, president, Economic Development Corporation of Decatur and Macon County. “Broadwing impacts our community directly through the construction of the new facility and immediate job creation, which reinforces our collective efforts to train the next generation of both construction and tech workers. This power plant is an investment in the growth potential of our entire region.”

About Warwick Carbon Solutions
Warwick Carbon Solutions (WCS) headquartered in Houston, Texas is focused on the development of power and industrial energy transition projects. WCS has expertise in finding and developing high impact decarbonization projects in a complex industrial environment. WCS has an experienced development and construction team who can manage large projects from project scoping to operations. WCS’ partnership with Warwick Capital Partners provides a unique acumen and capability for project financing and structuring which is critical for development and execution. In the race to Net Zero, WCS is committed to build the next generation of sustainable infrastructure. For more information, visit Warwick Carbon Solutions website.

SOURCE Warwick Carbon Solutions