Susie Peterson of the Daily Marijuana Observer says Michigan is in the process of developing the most advanced agricultural-centric industrial park for growing, processing, testing and secure transporting of medical marijuana.
Peterson says the park, known as Harvest Park, is located in the center of the state just west of Lansing in Windsor Township. She says it will include 130 acres of fully improved lots, on-site utilities, ample power supply, and access to two major highways.
Managing Director of Harvest Park Development, LLC, Jeff Donahue says the company’s goal is to create the epicenter of the states MMJ industry. He says, “We’ve worked with the Township and gained approval for the local zoning and ordinances required to enable licensure for all levels of cultivation, processing, testing and secure transport.”
Mlive.com reported the park has already completed their first phase which consisted of selling 63 acres divided into 10 lots. They say phase two has started and the other 67 acres are currently for sale.
Donahue says once the park is fully developed, they are expected to provide up to 1,000 new Michigan jobs in the medical marijuana industry. Also, he says it will create the largest medical marijuana development east of the Mississippi.