Connecticut governor to push support for state's agriculture and aquaculture industries

Connecticut's governor is aiming to drum up support for the state's agriculture and aquaculture industries.

Governor Ned Lamont said the industries have an economic impact of $4 billion to the state's economy.

He hosted a news conference at 12:45 p.m. at Geremia Greenhouse in Wallingford. The Connecticut Department of Agriculture unveiled a new logo and branding for its "CT Grown" brand.

It said the new assets will be rolled out as part of a comprehensive marketing campaign over the next year, an integral element to DoAg’s initiative to promote all Connecticut-based products, from fruits and vegetables to seafood and wine, maple syrup and honey, dairy and fiber. For more information on the Connecticut Department of Agriculture, visit the website.

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