After nearly a decade of fighting for liberalized marijuana laws, David Overholt is hoping to cash in.
As Michigan appears ready to expand the medical marijuana industry and, possibly, legalize recreational marijuana use, Overholt has put his 82-acre farm on the market for $2 million. That’s far more than the $2,000 to $3,000 per acre most farmers are getting for their land and farms in Montcalm County.
Overholt, who has championed “compassion clubs” and has been in legal hot water over the past decade, has no ordinary farm at 4716 Derby Road outside the village of Sidney.
Behind the two-story frame house that’s set far back from the road, there’s a wire-enclosed outdoor garden that includes eight 32-foot-by-32-foot “rooms” designed to grow medical marijuana under optimal growing conditions.
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