Interesting people and fascinating stories are the bread and butter of the movement to restore local grains. If you are interested in writing about the Cascadia Grains Conference, we are happy to provide the facts about why local grains matter, the history of Cascadia Grains Conference, high-resolution photos, and interviews with some of the innovative individuals who are shaping the revival of locally-grown grains.
Craft Beer’s Next Horizon: Malt. By Amy Halloran. August 20, 2013, Seattle Weekly.
The Wheat Revolution Will Not Be Genetically Engineeered. By Amy Halloran. May 31, 2013, Civil Eats.
Grist for the Mill: Bringing Local Grains Home. By Lola Milholland. March 6, 2013, Edible Portland.
Demand grows for heirloom, other specialty grains. By Steve Brown. January 2013, Capital Press.
Local Grains – Not Just for Bread Anymore. By Gail Nickel-Kailing. January 2013, GoodFood World.
If you are interested in attending the 2015 Cascadia Grains Conference as a member of the media please fill out the form below and your application will be reviewed. Discounted press passes will be available to members of the media that show credible evidence that they will publish material relating to grains and the conference. Application deadline is December 31st, 2014 and applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.