The Northern Grain Growers Association is a “farm grown” organization that started in 2004 and now has over 60 members including growers, malsters, bakers, food system enthusiasts, food business owners, distributors and more! We focus on plant breeding, organic seed saving, variety improvement, and broadly all aspects of grain production – conventional, organic, and in between.
Read more about our association and find details on how to become a member by clicking here.
The NEEOGRAIN Virtual Crop Hour
This offer of virtual webinars is being done in collaboration with ACORN, Atlantic Canadian Organic Regional Network, and the University of Vermont Extension Northwest Crops and Soils Program. The NEEOGRAIN Network is an organic grain initiative established to increase networking and collaboration among farmers throughout the northeastern US and eastern Canada. View the webinar details and links to past webinars on the UVM Extension Northwest Crops and Soils Program Grains web page.
The 2018 14th Annual Grain Growers Conference was held on Thursday, March 22, 2018 at The Essex Resort & Spa. To view presentations from this Grain Growers Conference, visit the UVM Extension Northwest Crops and Soils Conferences and Events page.
Northeast Dry Bean Production Guide Now Available
Thanks to a grant from Northeast SARE, we have developed a guide on growing, harvesting, and storing dry beans for Northeast growing conditions. See the guide at: http://www.uvm.edu/extension/cropsoil/wp-content/uploads/NEDryBeanProductionGuide2016.pdf Click here to view the Preliminary Results from our 2016 Winter Wheat Variety Trials, which evaluated 34 winter wheat varieties. The UVM Cereal Grain and Hops Quality Analysis Testing Laboratory tests for commercial grain, hop analysis and now malting barley analysis. When samples are submitted, please be sure to send along payment and completed sample submission forms. Cereal grain samples should use this Cereal Grain Submission Form. Hop samples should use this Hop Submission Form. Malting Barley samples should use this Malting Barley Submission Form.