Thank you everyone
for an amazing conference!

Save the date: Cascadia Grains 2019
January 18th & 19th


CGC Handbill 2018 frontFINAL

The 2018 Cascadia Grains Conference was January 19th & 20th, in Olympia, WA.

  • Friday January 19th at various locations and times around Thurston County for our Friday Hands-On Field Trips.  Details announced soon!
  • Saturday January 20th full conference from 8 am – 8 pm at the South Puget Sound Community College in Olympia, WA.

The 2018 Main Saturday Conference began at 8am on Saturday January 20th, 2018 and concluded at 8pm. Registration included a full day of conference workshops and panels, opportunities to network with conference participants and at our Exhibitor Booths, a continental breakfast, a full lunch & dinner featuring local food, snacks & beverages throughout the day, and an invitation to our Best of Cascadia Tasting Tour featuring breweries and distilleries from up and down the Cascades.

About the 2018 Conference:
Cancellation Policy: Cascadia Grains Conference will fully refund your payment up through January 1st, 2018.  After January 1st refunds will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Contact Aba Kiser for more details.

OSU Barley Project 2013 Variety Trials
OSU Barley Project 2013 Variety Trials

Scholarships: A reduced scholarship rate of $45 is available to those that find the cost of the conference prohibitive. This scholarship rate is available by application only. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. The application deadline is January 1st, and applicants will be notified no later than January 10th. Special considerations will be made to first time farmers, students, and families. To apply please see our Scholarships page.

New to the conference: hands-on sessions using unique grains.
Hands-on sessions using unique grains.

Work Shares:  In exchange for free admission to the conference, we are seeking individuals that would be interested in volunteering in shifts at the event. For details please see our Work Share page.

Special Needs: Reasonable accommodations will be made for persons with disabilities and special needs.  The conference is happy to accommodate any food allergies, restrictions or special food needs. Please be sure to provide this information in the questionnaire portion of the registration.

For general questions, please visit our contact page and we’ll happily get in touch with you.

Revitalizing a Grain Economy in the Cascadia Region

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