We, Jessica Saucedo, Rocky Carpenter, and Saul Saucedo,
have a vision for Bemidji.
We know our city is progressive in the ability to foster
innovation and investment with a simple and open
approach that allows for growth and change.
Similar in mission to the Rail River Folk School,
we created a separate parent company, Local 303 Co.,
to manage the Warehouse.
We opened it up to other entrepreneurs and local professionals
who support partnership
Sustainability, Empowerment, Vision!
The Warehouse is our dream realized for providing space for local producers and organizers to develop, plan, create, and promote their durable goods and services
through both the non-profit and for-profit sectors.
When we had the chance to purchase the entire Warehouse and Marina,
we saw a perfect opportunity to expand the Rail River Folk School and
our vision of community innovation and sustainability.
We believe restoring buildings, like the Warehouse,
is one way to ensure commercial vitality is maintained
in the rich historical areas of our community.
The Rail River Folk School is a great place to start your dream,
hold an event, teach a class, interact with a variety of individuals, participate in the arts, build a jam session, or whatever your heart desires.