Inland Northwest Artisan Grains Conference
The 1st Inland Northwest Artisan Grains Conference will bring together farmers, bakers, brewers, distillers, brokers, investors, policy-makers and others to strengthen the role of grains in the agricultural and food economy of the Inland Northwest.
The full Conference on Friday at the University of Idaho Campus and the Saturday Field Trips throughout the region will feature workshops and hands-on classes that focus on three value-added grain enterprises: poultry and livestock feed, brewing and distilling, and artisan baking and restaurants.
This event is an important opportunity to network and collaborate along the value chain. Also included in Friday Conference will be a Resource Fair and Networking Sessions as well as a full breakfast and lunch. The Friday conference will include a Best of the Inland Northwest Tasting featuring local ales and spirits.
At the conference:
* Farmers learn about grain production, connect with scale appropriate buyers, and learn strategies on increasing demands for cereals used for poultry and livestock feeds, artisan breads, brewing, and distilling.
* Processors & end-users get an inside look into grain production, quality, and brokering relationships to get the grain you want and need.
* Investors, brokers & local government officials get the scoop on rising investment and policy opportunities.
For more information visit www.cascadiagrains.com/inlandnorthwest.
***REIMBURSEMENT POLICY*** All tickets may be refunded by July 1st, 2019 at no cost. After July 1st refunds will be considered on a case by case basis. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Friday at the University of Idaho, Saturday in Pullman and at Various Locations (View)
875 Perimeter Dr
Moscow, ID 83844
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