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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.
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