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What’s Working? Alabama catfish capital netting new industries in Hale county

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Alabama catfish capital netting new industries in Hale Co. Alabama catfish capital netting new industries in Hale Co.
Just southwest of Jefferson County and about an hour and thirty minutes from Birmingham, Hale County is ripe with catfish pounds, pastures of cattle and timber.
From stretches of land, which County leaders say can and is ready  to accommodate new industries,   there’s a push to bring more jobs of beyond the agriculture filed to Hale. Currently more than 15, 300 people reside in the rural county where Greensboro is the county seat.

In this What’s Working  online video report,  Alabama's 13 Bettina Boateng , Producer Danielle Deavours and Photojournalist Ben Bryson take  you to Hale County to  show you how officials and locals are working together to attract more jobs and money to the county.

Please click on the video player to view the online report.

For more information about Hale County and other initiatives mentioned in the online report, please access the URL links listed below.

What’s Working Hale County:

ACES Hale County Extension Office

Alabama Fish Farming Center

Pie Lab

Hale County Attractions

HERO

Auburn University in Alabama’s Black Belt

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