Danielle Nelson

Danielle Nelson

Danielle Nelson is a Grand Rapids Business Journal staff reporter who covers law, startups, agriculture, sports, marketing, PR and advertising and arts and entertainment. She is also the staff researcher who compiles the weekly lists. Email Danielle at dnelson at grbj dot com. Follow her on Twitter @Dan_Nels

ARTICLES

Downtown hosting QuiltWeek

August 20, 2018
Over 15,000 quilters from across the country are convening downtown this week. Read More

Farm loans continue to grow

Farmers experiencing fourth year of economic downturn due to low commodity prices.

August 17, 2018
The number of farming loans has increased as farmers battle the financial woes of the agricultural industry. Read More

Room for one more dairy plant?

State announces second multimillion-dollar processing facility within 50 miles of the other.

August 17, 2018
The state has announced two multimillion-dollar dairy processing facilities in the last seven months and just an hourlong drive separates them. Read More

KCC, WMU partner on transfer agreement

Students earning select associate degrees at the community college will avoid duplication of coursework at university.

August 17, 2018
Two local schools are teaming up to make transferring a smoother process. Read More

Symphony leader sounds final note

August 17, 2018
The Grand Rapids Symphony will be saying goodbye to one of its own. Read More

Holding company acquires seed supplier

August 15, 2018
A holding company in the region has acquired a Wisconsin seed supplier. Read More

Mural adds splash of color to West Side

August 15, 2018
The West Side has a different look to it. Read More

Law school selects interim president

August 13, 2018
A former student will be the new leader at Western Michigan University Cooley Law School. Read More

Mini Maker Faire promotes creativity

August 13, 2018
A celebration of Grand Rapids’ ingenuity is on tap for this weekend. Read More

New E. coli test could change food production

GVSU’s Kevin Strychar awarded $96K grant to study effectiveness of imaging flow cytometer.

August 10, 2018
The threat of E. coli has prompted a Grand Valley State University researcher to find the bacteria in food before it hits the market for consumption. Read More