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Fri Oct 20, 2017, 05:15 AM

130-acre medical marijuana development to provide 1,000 new Michigan jobs

Developers are planning a 130-acre medical marijuana development southwest of Lansing.(MLive file photo)

WINDSOR TWP., MI - The demand is there - Michigan has about 220,000 medical marijuana card holders.

The Harvest Park development in Eaton County will be one of the first facilities to serve them as the state of Michigan begins to open up licensing for such projects.

Upon completion of the development next year, the 130-acre space just southwest of Lansing will be home to one of the largest medical marijuana developments east of the Mississippi River, Managing Director Jeff Donahue said.

"Michigan is the second largest medical marijuana state in the country, second to California," Donahue said. "There's going to be big demand as the new rules and regulations get implemented and this thing gets up and operational."


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JustABozoOnThisBus Oct 2017 #1

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Fri Oct 20, 2017, 10:42 AM

1. Is this the beginning of the end of small-time growers?

Or do the small-time growers market themselves as "boutique" growers, while Harvest Park (whoever owns that) and others create the "Budweiser" of pot?

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