Northeast Grain Directory

This directory is made possible by Wormtown Brewery and Northeast Grainshed Collaborative Beer
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    Aurora Mills & Farm LLC

    Linneus , ME

    FAMILY OWNED AND FAMILY GROWN!
    Offering local & organic grains to restaurants, bakeries, distributors, breweries & institutions for over two decades!

    To continue to grow high-quality organic grain for Northeast food producers.

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    Breathe Deep Farm

    Greenwich , CT

    We grow organic grains to build soil, preserve habitat, and feed the Hudson Valley.

    Collaborate, invite members and others to tour our farm (COVID permitting)

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    Buck Farms Grains

    Mapleton , ME

    At Buck Farms Grains, we specialize in high quality food grains. Our full grain cleaning and conditioning line, storage, and packaging services allow us to provide our customers with the cleanest grains year round. We work with different trucking companies to ensure the most efficient delivery of our products at the lowest cost any time of year. Whether you need it in bulk, super-sacks, or in 50 lb bags, we've got you covered. Contact us today to see how we can meet your needs!

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    Clover Hill Farm

    Gilbertville , MA

    In addition to our locally-grown livestock grains, we also grow alternative small grains for brewing, malting, and other uses. We work in collaboration with several local businesses.

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    Comer Farm

    Farmington , CT

    Comer Farm, LLC of Farmington, CT, raises small grains, hay and straw. Our goal is to add locally grown grain to local products.

    Grow a Bumper Crop

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    Domoy Farms

    Oakfield , NY

    Domoy Farms is diversified grain and vegetable farm located in Western New York managed by family and one full time employee.

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    Ever-Growing Family Farm

    Ulster Park , NY

    ...You have my sword? (LOTR reference) We are a rice farm in NY, our existence is commitment.

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    Kast Farms, Inc.

    Albion , NY

    To continue to grow high quality malt barley for our local malt houses and distillers.

    Contact: John Kast
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    Migliorelli Farm

    Tivoli , NY

    A family farm in “the valley” based in Tivoli, NY. Visit one of our three farm stands or many farmers markets from Rhinebeck, NY to New York City.

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    Morningstar Farm

    Glover , VT

    Seth and Jeannette Johnson farm 70 acres of certified organic land in the Northeast Kingdom in Glover, VT. They have been farming for 9 years and grow dry beans, oats, wheat, vegetables, beef, and hay. They love being able to provide food for themselves, their neighbors and others who appreciate great quality. We offer a selection of their dry bean varieties, which are as beautiful as they are delicious. Try their mottled red King of the Early beans in homemade baked beans or the creamy Yellow Eye beans in soup. Morningstar beans are so fresh that they require much less soaking time than regular dried beans.

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    Morrill Farm Dairy

    Penacook , NH

    Morrill Farm Dairy is a family farm located in Penacook, NH. Today the third and fourth generation operate the farm and the fifth generation supervises!

    Farm Visits

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    NEK Grains

    Lower Waterford , VT

    Vermont-grown whole wheat berries and stone-milled flour.

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    Oechsner Farms

    Newfield , NY

    We farm 1200 acres of corn, winter and spring wheat, buckwheat, rye, soybeans, clover, hay and cover crops throughout Tompkins County in the Finger Lakes. We process, clean, and ship food-grade grains ready for small flour mills, bakeries, malthouses, distilleries and breweries to use. Soil health is also one of our top priorities.

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    Poormon Farms

    Seneca Falls , NY

    We partner with maltsters and brewers to provide the highest quality barley that will produce the best tasting craft beverages. We work closely with Cornell University & Hartwick College on variety and fertility trials to find the most productive farming methods for producing barley in the Finger Lakes Region.

    Sponsor an event

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    Rusted Rooster Farm

    Parkman , ME

    Rusted Rooster, where humans, animals, crops & machinery live together in harmony. Rusted Rooster Farm has gradually added crops until today, they produce a whopping six different varieties of grain, two cover crops for seed, two varieties of flint corn, three types of dry beans, hay, and straw.

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    Thornhill Farm

    Greensboro , VT

    To steward the land through organic principles that nurture the soil and produce grain, elderberries and timber, employing people and supporting the community. Honoring the traditions of Vermont, Scotland, Maine, New York State, Sweden, Quebec, France, and other agricultural communities that inspire our work with grain, elderberries, spirits and bread.

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    Tuckaway Farm

    Lee , NH

    Work with local bakers and chefs to determine what qualities they are looking for in varieties, quantify amounts/crop space required for desired partnerships, expand and refine local infrastructure for cleaning and storage, purchase mill (!!!!) for processing our and other local farms' cereal grains cooperatively... host on farm visits with farmers and bakers/chefs/brewers...

    Contact: Sarah Cox
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    Ground Up

    Hadley , MA

    Stone Milled Flours – Making flour local again. With careful attention on selecting the best varieties for each type of flour, we are able to create flours that perform consistently for your breads, cakes, pizza, and special family cookie recipes. We take quality to another level by Stone Milling with our New American Mill to preserve the freshness and flavor from each kernel of grain.

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    Middle Brook Mill

    Jefferson , NY

    locally grown and lovingly prepared heritage grains and goods.

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    New American Stone Mills

    Wolcott , VT

    Our goal is to build mills for a community of stone millers and baker millers who bring fresh-milled flour to their products and source grain from local farmers.

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    One Mighty Mill

    Lynn , MA

    WE’RE BRINGING BACK WHEAT YOU CAN EAT! With wheat grown in Linneus, Maine and ground every day in Lynn, Massachusetts, we make bagels, tortillas, and pretzels with fresh, stone-ground flour.

    To have milled 1,000,000 lb local organic wheat by the end of 2023 (since our inception in 2018). 

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    River Valley Community Grains

    Long Valley , NJ

    River Valley Community Grains is proud to offer a growing list of highest quality grain products. Check our social media to find out when we’ll be at the following markets in New Jersey, or contact us directly for pricing and availability.

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    Turner Hill Malting Company

    South Egremont , MA

    Continue to utilize regionally grown grains in production. Promote and educate about the ingredients in local products and the importance to our local economies.

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    Blue Ox Malthouse

    Lisbon Falls , ME

    Blue Ox Malthouse seeks to push the possibilities of craft beer and spirits and support Maine agriculture by providing high quality Maine-made malt. Reinvigorating a centuries old craft, we are committed growing the connection between brewers and farmers while striving to grow communities and serve as a model for sustainable and environmental practices.

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    Hudson Valley Malt

    Germantown , NY

    At Hudson Valley Malt, we create malt the old school heritage way. We are an artisan craft Malthouse in Germantown New York. The exciting growth of the craft breweries and distilleries that surround us gets us fired-up and inspired!

    Dennis and I pledge to do the following over 2020: create a press release focused on our participation in the Northeast Grainshed, be a part of the NE Grainshed collaboration, visit a new farm, visit a mill, continue to promote activity and knowledge on social media, continue to educate brewers and distillers to the use of local grains, assert more participation from Brewers/Distillers regarding Cornell Field Days and gather consumers to visit Greenmarket Grain Pop-ups and other related events.

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    Murmuration Malts

    Bloomfield , NY

    We modify locally sourced New York State grains in our single vessel malt system. A deliberate no hurry approach enables us to adapt our malting process to the character of the raw material encouraging the grains’ finest modification.

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    Rabbit Hill Farms

    Connect on social media

    Contact: Hillary Barile
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    Thrall Family Malt

    Windsor , CT

    We produce a variety of malts as well as flaked and heirloom grains for our customers. Each batch is processed on site in our malt house. Once a tobacco warehouse, this modern facility enables our skilled and knowledgeable maltster to create single-batch craft malt through precise, efficient computerized monitoring of the multi-day, multi-step process.

    Help with variety trials. Host a Grainshed event. Contribute to Grainshed collaborations.

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    Valley Malt

    Hadley , MA

    Taking a seed from what appears to be a lifeless, hard, and bitter tasting kernel into a toasty, friable, and sweet treat is alchemy. Malting requires the discipline of a scientist, the back of a mule, the wonder of an artist, and the humor of a grumpy grandpa. As maltsters, we strive to best express the flavor and character that comes from each farm and each batch of grain.

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    A&J King Artisan Bakers

    Salem , MA

    Increasing the percentage of regionally sourced grains that we already use in our products.

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    Abe's Bread and Pastries

    Monsey , NY

    I pledge to use local grain and flour in all my products

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    Berkshire Mountain Bakery

    Housatonic , MA

    To learn more about and source more local grain.

    Contact: Dennis Iodice
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    Birchtree Bread Co.

    Worcester , MA

    Membership, Connect on social media, Malthouse visit, Make 100% local product, Grainshed Calculator, Contract, Staff Education, Grainshed logo on label, Sq ft on label, farm visist, mill visit, educate customers, write an article

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    Blacksmith's Breads

    Long Beach , NY

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    Bonny Breads

    Beverly , MA

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    Bread Alone Bakery

    Lake Katrine , NY

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    Breadboard Bakery

    Arlington , MA

    I pledge my commitment!

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    Brot Bakehouse School and Kitchen

    Fairfax , VT

    Host and organize events and classes for members and the public on baking & cooking with local grains, be a bridge to connect students and the public with small scale grain growers and farmers in the region to raise awareness and educate.

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    Clear Flour Bakery

    Brookline , MA

    Incorporating and highlighting local grain into our existing bread and pastry line.

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    Eight Mile Meadow

    Deep River , CT

    I pledge to incorporate local grains into my fresh breads and pastas and to highlight their use in all social media, advertising and menus.

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    Elmore Mountain Bread

    Wolcott , VT

    Continue working with local organic grain growers to utilize all that they grow and educate our customers on the importance of a local grain economy.

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    Farmers and Cooks

    Warren , CT

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    Juniper Cottage Bake Shop

    Newmarket , NH

    Mill local grain

    Contact: Sönke Dornblut
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    Kneads

    Westport , CT

    Kneads is a small family run bakery, cafe, and flour mill in Westport, CT featuring freshly milled local flour using our New American Stone Mill. We produce 100% whole grain organic flour which can be found in our unique selection of fresh artisan breads and pastries baked on site daily.

    Our cafe offers a quick, sit down service, as well as to-go breakfast and lunch options, served alongside Irving Farm Coffee and In Pursuit of Tea.

    We strive to provide a casual, but memorable, eating experience and a place where family and friends can gather to satisfy their Kneads!

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    LMNOP Bakery

    Westchester County , NY

    BAKE MORE 100% local grain bread and spread the word on good stuff!

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    Loafing Around LLC

    Meriden , CT

    Incorporating local grain into an existing dish/creating an entirely new one

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    Mel the Bakery

    New York , NY

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    My little bakery

    Duxbury , MA

    Incorporate non bread quality wheat into other items

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    Night Moves Bread + Pie

    Biddeford , ME

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    Patchwork Farm & Bakery

    East Hardwick , VT

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    Rise Bread and Bakehouse

    Honeoye Falls , NY

    I pledge to use and promote northeastern grains and grain products in my baked goods and in my writing.

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    Rustic Bread LLC

    Port Jefferson , NY

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    Shore Line Yeast

    Source and use Grainshed grains in my bread baking, and promote Northeast Grainshed as part of the solution for restoring a thriving, healthy interdependent community.

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    Vermont Grain Collaborative At Naga Bakehouse

    Middletown Springs , VT

    Bring back small scale milling infrastructure to our region!

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    Wild Blue Oven

    Greensboro , VT

    Highlight the use of Northeast grown, milled grain in my bread. Help to build a thriving regional grain economy in the Northeast by supporting grain growers and processors and helping to educate consumers about the importance of healthy, local food and soils.

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    Mad River Distillers

    Warren , VT

    Highlight the concept of the NE grainshed when educating consumers about the source of our whiskey ingredients.

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    Matchbook Distilling Company

    Greenport , NY

    Make 100 Percent Local Products

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    Short Path Distillery

    Everett , MA

    Farm visit. Malthouse visit. 100% local grain product. staff education. sq ft.

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    Silo Distillery

    Windsor , VT

    Increasing the number of Northeast farms we purchase from.
    Educating consumers about local grains and our relationship to them.

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    Allagash Brewing Company

    Portland , ME

    Continuing our commitment to use local small grains and to educate consumers about its importance.

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    Amory's Tomb Brewing Co.

    Maynard , MA

    Expanding our usage of local NE grain, and promoting it prominently in our marketing and packaging

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    Atlantic Brewing Company

    Bar Harbor , ME

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    Belleflower Brewing Company

    Portland , ME

    We’re opening soon in Portland Maine!

    Follow us on Instagram to get updates.

    Belleflower is dedicated to using a much locally produced malt as possible.

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    Big aLICe Brewing

    Long Island City , NY

    To continue brewing meaningful beers using up to 100% NY State grown ingredients, and to deepen the connection and personal relationships we share with our farmers and maltsters.

    Contact: Jon Kielty
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    Bissell Brothers Brewing

    Portland , ME

    Highlighting the use of local grain and malt on our social media, menus, and packaging.

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    Blasty Bough Brewing Company

    Epsom , NH

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    CraftRoots Brewing

    Milford , MA

    Deepening our commitment to brewing with 100% locally-grown, locally-malted grain by more earnestly telling "the story of malt" and sharing through social media and taproom initiatives the positive impact sustainable agriculture has on our beer + community.

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    Exhibit 'A' Brewing Company

    Framingham , MA

    To grow our local grain usage from 57K lbs in 2019 to 70K lbs in 2020 with an overall percentage growth of 5% to roughly 20%

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    Hopmeadow Brewing Co.

    Avon , CT

    Hopmeadow Brewing Company pledges to use 50% local grains in all of our beers we brew! We will promote the use of using local products in our brewery, on our website and label.

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    Kent Falls Brewing Company

    Kent , CT

    We strive to work with local farmers not only to create unique beers, but firmly re-establish the connection between brewing and agriculture in our area. The impact we aim to have on our environment is positive, better farming practices, viable crops for people to grow and run a business off of; not depleting the rich resources we have been given. The brewery and farm work together in several ways to reduce our footprint.

    100% Local grains, Farm visits, Malt house visits, education for our customers and packaging labels!

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    Lookout Farm Brewing and Cider Co

    South Natick , MA

    Committing to seek out beer/spirits/baked goods made with local grains

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    Outland Farm Brewery

    Pittsfield , ME

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    Redemption Rock Brewing Co.

    Worcester , MA

    Malthouse visit, staff education, sq ft on label, make 100% local product, also probably more stuff

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    Screamin' Hill Brewery

    Ridge , NJ

    Continue efforts to grow all of our own base malt while promoting local grain on social media. We strive to constantly educate our consumers about the value of local grain in beer.

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    Steuben Brewing Company

    Hammondsport , NY

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    Strong Rope Brewery

    Brooklyn , NY

    Educate our customers more about Northeast Grainshed producers

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    Subversive Malting & Brewing

    Catskill , NY

    Subversive Malting + Brewing is a true farmhouse brewery crafting beers from 100% locally sourced ingredients and house-made malts at the foot of the Catskill Mountains.

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    Trillium Brewing Company

    Boston , MA

    Support everyone growing or utilizing local grains in a coordinated campaign.

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    Wildbloom Beer

    Henniker , NH

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    Wormtown Brewery

    Worcester , MA

    At Wormtown Brewery, we are committed to brewing world-class beers using locally sourced ingredients regardless of cost. Our motto “A Piece of Mass in Every Glass” means our beers are crafted with the freshest ingredients for the freshest beer. This dedication to quality over quantity has earned us over 180 awards worldwide for a vast collection of recipes; but if it’s a premier IPA you are looking for, we know how to make you Be Hoppy®!

    Connect on social, Promote grains on menu 5% commitment Plan a collaboration Contract

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    Bondir

    Cambridge , MA

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    Clover Food Lab

    Cambridge , MA

    Clover Food Lab is committed to the Northeast Grainshed effort and excited to be part of its inaugural year. We have long supported the use and growth of local grain - it just makes sense!! We will continue to do so and grow our efforts wherever we are able, work on speaking up about our efforts to encourage others to follow suit, and educate our customers and staff through events and digital + in-person communication.

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    Hindsight BBQ

    Waterbury , CT

    Brewing a Beer with all CT

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    Row 34

    Boston , MA

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    The Dirty Truth

    Northampton , MA

    Continue to purchase and serve Beer made with local grains. Change over to all local grain flour by end of the year in kitchen. Continue to host events highlighting local grain, malt houses, and brewers that use local grain. Set up staff trips to local malt house and brewers using local grain. Create marker on menu that indicates beer or food using local grain.

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    A Taste for Grain

    Montreal, Quebec, CANADA

    I pledge to continue using local grain and shouting from the rooftops that everyone should do the same!

    Contact: Marc-André Cyr
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    Amanda DeWald

    Delhi , NY

    Deepening commitment to baking with local grains for friends and family, to continued learning, and to dedicating time and talents toward the cause!

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    Amber Black

    Southampton , MA

    Increase my knowledge of local, including wild, sources of grain and products made with locally grown grain.

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    Anne Muskopf

    Roxbury , MA

    use local grains and promote among home bakers, highlight on instagram.

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    Armonia

    Hudson , NY

    Contact: Alexandria Lunt
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    Ben Sanford

    North Haven , CT

    Local Grain Use and Support NEG

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    Cornell Cooperative Extension

    Hudson Fallls , NY

    Contact: Aaron Gabriel
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    Craft Beer Cellar

    Belmont , MA

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    Denise and Bill Barry

    Shelburne , MA

    Learn more about local grains.

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    Diana Haghighat

    Committing to seek out more local grains for home consumption

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    Donna Worthen

    Bristol , NH

    I pledge to seek out local grains for my home baking and to spread the word about this organization.

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    Henry Blair

    Hinesburg , VT

    Using local grains in my own kitchen as much as possible and sharing with friends and family the many benefits of using and supporting local grains.

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    Laura Huss

    Learning about, supporting, and spreading the word about local grains.

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    Maine Grain Alliance

    Skowhegan , ME

    To assist in your efforts

    Contact: Tristan Noyes
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    Nina Brondmo

    Sweetwater , NY

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    Teri Culletto

    Vineyard Haven , MA

    Vineyard Baker - bread and workshops.

    read books on grains, volunteer, spread the word , bake tons more bread with local grains, farm visits,(love that!) use the grainshed label when I can. education of grains and local economy, help with administrative duties if needed.

    Contact: Teri Culletto
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    The Bineyard

    Cazenovia , NY

    Committing to seeking out beer/spirits/baked goods made with local grains

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    Timber Baking

    Brookline , MA

    We pledge to continue to advocate for bakers to use grains from the Northeast Grainshed, and to offer education and assistance when needed to support them in making that transition.

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    Willard Brooks

    Williamsville , NY

    Mill Visit

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    Wordloaf

    Cambridge , MA

    Incorporating local grain into my recipes and encouraging my readers/followers to do the same

    Contact: Andrew Janjigian
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    Cornell University

    Ithaca , NY

    Research Member

    Contact: Mark Sorrells
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    Cornell University

    Ithaca , NY

    Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology Section

    Serve as a source of grain disease and mycotoxin diagnosis and management expertise to the NE Grainshed Community

    Contact: Gary C. Bergstrom
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    Flour Ambassador

    Contact: Amy Halloran
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    Hartwick College Center for Craft Food and Beverage

    Oneonta , NY

    Contact: Aaron MacLeod
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    Tiny Seed Project

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    University of Maine

    Research Member

    Contact: Ellen Mallory
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    Brewer's Crackers

    Somerville , MA

    I pledge to use local excess bran from flour processing and locally milled flour.

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    Upcycle Edibles

    Peabody , MA

    We work with local farms, distributors, manufacturers, and eateries to reduce the environmental impact of our local food system by transforming consumable waste into craveable culinary products. Below are our core products but watch out for us as we have many more products in development.

    Incorporate upcycled local grains into cravable culinary products.

    Contact: Paul W Booras

    Does your business grow, mill, malt, bake, brew, distill or serve local grains grown in the Northeast?

    Become a member today and your business will be added to our grain directory!