Seeds of changeOfficials with the Delta Regional Authority visited the East Arkansas Enterprise Community offices on Wednesday to award $150,000 in support of the Arkansas Delta Seeds of Change program. Chris Masingill, center, DRA Federal Co-Chairman, signs the paperwork for the investment as, from left, Rep. Marshall Wright, Arkansas DRA board member Steve Jones, EAEC Executive Director Dr. Robert Cole and Rep. Reginald Murdock applaud. Photo by Alan Smith.
DRA invests $150,000 into Seeds of Change, EAEC farm projects - A crowd packed into a conference room at the East Arkansas Enterprise Community building on Wednesday to hear the official announcement that the EAEC and Arkansas Delta Seeds of Change (ADSOC) would receive a $150,000 investment from the Delta Regional Authority for their farm projects.
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