WINDSOR TWP. -- Plans are underway to build a 130-acre medical marijuana industrial park in the township that its investors say will be the largest of its kind east of the Mississippi.

Once built, the development called Harvest Park is expected to create up to 1,000 jobs in a variety of marijuana-related fields, said Jeff Donahue, Harvest Park Development LLC's managing director.

"I think the location is perfect," said Donahue, a Lansing native. "It's an area ripe for development."

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Eric Lacy ~ Lansing State Journal ~

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