Colorado State University Extension

Serving San Miguel &
West Montrose Counties




In this workshop you will learn about ancient & heritage grains and about expert techniques and hands-on skills to grow, mill, market, and bake with locally adapted grains. Nutritional values of ancient grains will be presented, along with the ecological benefits of adding grains to your garden or farm portfolio. Grain collaborations will also be explored and encouraged for local "grain chain" development.

DATE: Saturday, November 4, 2017
TIME: 8:30 am till 5 pm
LOCATION: At the Norwood Livery and Blue Grouse Bakery
1555 Summit Street, Norwood Colorado

Don't miss this unique opportunity to dive deep into the exciting, delicious world of heritage grains!
This Grain School is a collaboration between
Blue Grouse Bread
San Miguel Basin CSU Extension Office

Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance and the F.R.E.S.H Food Hub and
is made possible in part by a Paradox Community Trust Grant


COST: $50 per person
(scholarships are available)
Limited to 30 people

To register call 970-327-4393 or grain-school/grain-school-norwood



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