SAN DIEGO, April 09, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ProGreen US, Inc. (ProGreen) (OTC:PGUS), is pleased to announce that the land use application for our Cielo Mar project in Baja California has now been approved by the Mexican government. Our subsidiary in Ensenada, Procon Baja JV, received the official notification yesterday, April 8, 2019.

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Situated in the Bahia del Rosario (Bay of El Rosario) with 4.5 miles of ocean frontage on the Pacific coast of Baja California, Cielo Mar is being planned as a totally green, resort-style vacation and retirement community. With a year-round climate very similar to San Diego, this planned development gets its name from "cielo," meaning "heaven," and "mar," which means "sea" - making Cielo Mar "Heaven By The Sea."

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"I cannot say how pleased I am with Cielo Mar achieving this major milestone," stated Jan Telander, Chairman of ProGreen. "This is a turning point for the project, and we are very fortunate to have the best people working on the project plans, including the environmental study and land use application, as well as the ongoing development of architectural designs.

"As we turn toward the first steps in plan execution, we now expect to close on the first tranche of a bridge financing as the first stage in our project funding plan, as early as a week from today."

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About ProGreen US, Inc.

ProGreen US, Inc. (ISIN: US74327M1027), headquartered in San Diego, California, is engaged primarily with real estate and agriculture land development projects in Baja California, Mexico, both through its joint venture partnership with Inmobiliaria Contel S.R.L.C.V., as well as through its majority-owned Mexican subsidiary Procon Baja JV. For additional information about ProGreen, visit our website at Follow us on Twitter: @ProGreenUS.

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