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Rooted in Shelby
gets state grant
The Kentucky Agricultural Development Board last Friday approved $254,886 for agricultural diversification projects, including a $1,150 grant for the Shelby County Cooperative Extension Service and a new Rooted in Shelby program.
The program will promote the sale of horticultural, agricultural and other products produced by Kentucky Proud enterprises in Shelby County. The goal of the program is to heighten awareness of products and produce from Shelby County.
Other grant winners were:
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