The property will remain agriculturally based, Davidson explained, and crops and products will still be produced on the farm. The only difference is there will be a wine-making facility where there's currently a hay field.
Dickerson noted how important it is to be good stewards of the land, and introduced the Rev. G. William Pursley of St. Johns' Episcopal Church in Lancaster, who blessed the property.
Following the blessing, Logan-Hocking Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Bill Rinehart gave a brief statement. "I think every chamber in the U.S. is trying to help jobs be located here," he said. "Thank you for going out on a limb. That's what it takes to create jobs."