MICHIGAN MANUFACTURING INNOVATION CAMPUS (MMIC):
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Proceeds from a land sale would support agricultural education and advancement in agricultural research
The 1,500 acre campus represents less than .4% of farmland in Clinton County. The majority of the campus is owned by Michigan State University. In 2005, Mr. David Morris made the decision to donate the land that he and his wife farmed to Michigan State University. His expressed expectation was that the land would eventually be sold and that 55% of the proceeds from the sale would fund four endowments within the Michigan State’s College of Agriculture and Natural Resources and therefore benefit agricultural research, education and outreach in perpetuity.