North Dakota-based Grand Farm will start breaking ground on a permanent location this fall in Casselton. Grand Farm Director Brian Carroll says they just closed on the 140 acres of land last week. “We’ll start with fields, but we plan to build an innovation facility, a maker space, a place to have regular gatherings of folks and places where organizations can work and collaborate together,” says Carroll. “On our existing site of 40 acres, we have about 320 projects. We expect to scale that to more in this new location.”
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