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The Michigan Legislature recently appropriated funds to support the previously passed Agricultural Disaster Loan Origination Program of 2012. GreenStone Farm Credit Services will begin processing applications filed under this program immediately.



Disaster Relief Funds Now Available for Affected Michigan Fruit Producers


The Michigan Legislature recently appropriated funds to support the previously passed Agricultural Disaster Loan Origination Program of 2012. GreenStone Farm Credit Services will begin processing applications filed under this program immediately.

“While waiting for the Michigan Legislature to appropriate funds for this program, the staff at GreenStone has worked diligently over the past three-plus months preparing to process applications in a timely and efficient manner so that those affected can receive relief funds as quickly as possible,” said Dave Armstrong, President and CEO of GreenStone. “Michigan’s fruit producers and processors can be assured that GreenStone’s team of experts is ready and able to help them through this trying time and look forward to serving their needs.”

The Agricultural Disaster Loan Origination Program of 2012 was first passed by the Michigan Legislature and signed by Gov. Rick Snyder in June of this year. However, funds for the program were not appropriated until Oct. 1. The program provides low-interest loans to fruit producers and processors that were affected by harsh weather during the late winter and spring growing season.

For more information on the program or to contact a local GreenStone representative, visit www.greenstonefcs.com.