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Published: December 20, 2019


TWELVE MORE TENNESSEE BUSINESSES WILL NOW HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO GROW AND POSITIVELY IMPACT RURAL ECONOMIES THROUGH GRANTS PROVIDED BY THE AGRICULTURE ENTERPRISE FUND.  TENNESSEE GOVERNOR BILL LEE, ALONG WITH TENNESSEE AGRICULTURE COMMISSIONER, CHARLIE HATCHER AND ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONER BOB ROLFE, RECENTLY ANNOUNCED THE NINTH ROUND OF RECIPIENTS OF FUNDING THROUGH THE PROGRAM. AMBER FALLS WINERY IN MAURY COUNTY IS AMONGST THE RECIPENTS WHO DEMONSTRATE A STRONG POTENTIAL FOR IMPACT ON LOCAL FARM INCOME, ACCESS TO MARKETS, INCREASED CAPACITY, OR AGRICULTURAL INNOVATION. ADDITIONAL BUSINESSES INCLUDE THE WOOD SHED IN MCNAIRY COUNTY, L-B PROCESSORS IN CHEATHAM COUNTY AND STONY CREEK COLORS IN ROBERTSON COUNTY. FOR MORE INFORMATION GO TO T-N DOT GOV