The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair is on now (Nov 6-15th, 2015) and is definitely worth visiting. I make sure to go every year; you can watch the Royal 2015 preview on YouTube. I was fortunate to have received a free pass to attend so as to visit the Good in Every Grain booth. I was amazed by just how many items are derived from grains … even non-edible items!
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Laura explains the crop stages…
Make sure to visit the Good in Every Grain site. I really love how informative it is; for example, you’ll find tons of RECIPES to spark your creativity, answers to many questions (Q&A), and what you can find In The News.
Every grain brings a natural and sustainable solution to our everyday lives. Grain Farmers of Ontario are comparing sustainability practices in order to measure a farm’s environmental footprint. This way Grain Farmers of Ontario can see how/where they can improve. They are working on sustainability initiatives, research, technical understanding, and communication for projects related to grains, etc. Make sure to visit their site to get more information.