IJJ CORPORATION (OTCMKTS:IJJP) said that it signed a partnership network deal with Agra Medical Global Holdings Inc. The partnership firm is a privately held entity aggressively opting for opportunities in strategic deals with Sovereign Native American Communities based within the Southwest United States.
There are several Native American tribes that are located within the southwest region of the United States including Nevada, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico. The five largest tribes in the Southwest region are Zuni, Pueblo, Apache, Hopi and Navajo.
Agra Medical has undertaken the initiative to work in association with the Sovereign Native American Communities. The decision is based on a December 11, 2014 memo issued from the US Department of Justice. The memo highlights the new policies permitting Sovereign Native American Communities to cultivate and sell pot on reservation lands. The company will work and develop hemp and cannabis cultivation with the mentioned communities.
IJJ Corporation has finalized Agra Medical Global Holdings as a client in their Partnership Network to assist land acquisition activities and enclosed greenhouse growth facilities to cultivate hemp plants and medical cannabis on an area of 10,000 acres selected on an identified reservation. As per the expectations, the project will allocate 400 acres for hemp grow and will create a 2,000 sq feet greenhouse grow facility with materials and equipment for processing medical marijuana.
Clifford Pope, the CEO of IJJ CORPORATION (OTCMKTS:IJJP) said that Agra Medical represents the non-traditional form of business that IJJ Corporation would like to have onboard and support with existing partnership network. The strategic growth plan focuses on medical cannabis cultivation and processing activities. It is a growing industry that will provide company with an excellent return on investment. The program is well designed to mitigate the cost and enhance the bottom line for clients.