Artisanal Grain Production
By Grit Staff
Pecatonia, Illinois — Widen your scope of skills when you learn all about artisanal grain production with MOSES. Midwest Organic & Sustainable Education Services will spend July 24 out in the field covering the topic of small-scale grain production. Learn how to harvest, clean, and process grains like heirloom corn, wheat, and other small grains. Join speakers Andrea Hazzard of Hazzard Free Farm and Ellen King of Hewn Bread for this free workshop.
Go to MOSES Organic for more information.
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