BY MIKE BOLLINGER • STAFF WRITER
WARM SPRINGS — James Madison University is leading a project called Industrial Hemp for the Shenandoah Valley, and last Wednesday the Bath County Economic Development Authority agreed to pledge $2,100 toward a grant application.
County administrator Ashton Harrison said JMU will need $53,000 to make the application, and the university has said it will pay for half of those costs. The project would be conducted in Go Virginia Region 8, which includes Bath, Augusta, Clarke, Frederick, Highland,…
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