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Please make sure the contact information on your account is up to date. This will make it easy for us to share details, such as location and availability, once they have been finalized. You can also visit our website and social pages to learn about the progression of the project.

We look forward to building a world-class fiber network that will transform our rural communities just as our founders did with electric 83 years ago.

Tune in here and follow our social pages for updates on the project.

For FTTH projects, our current contractors are the following companies: Lee Inspections, NRTC, Osmose, Toth and Associates & BBC Electric.

Only WRVEC, WRC, and above contractors are approved to work on your property. Any other person or company representative is not an authorized representative of the Cooperative and its subsidiary White River Connect. Please contact your local authorities if you suspect suspicious behavior.


Project at a glance


  • White River Valley Electric Cooperative conducts feasibility study to consider costs, the need for rural area internet connection, terrain, technology, and funding.


  • Membership surveyed to solidify vast need of reliable internet service across the area. Board casts unanimous vote to extend fiber internet service through subsidiary business.
  • Beau Jackson announced as the CEO of White River Technologies.


  • White River Connect chosen as the name and branding assets created.
  • White River Connect awarded $47.3 million grant from Missouri’s Broadband Infrastructure Grant Program.
  • Field data collection, make ready, and construction start on the 5-year fiber build out project. Construction is expected to start in 3rd quarter.


  • High speed internet services planned to be offered to first customers.