Conserving Soil

View this post on Instagram This morning, I hooked up our flatbed trailer to go pick up some rye. Walking back to the truck I noticed the difference between our neighbor's field, pictured on the left, and our field. His was a lot easier to walk through. His field with low stubble was showing dirt…

April = Shelterbelts

View this post on Instagram April 2010: Planting shelterbelts. Today these saplings are over our heads and used year-round by wildlife, large and microscopic. Thanks Sarah and Becky! A post shared by Conservation Grains (@conservationgrains) on Apr 18, 2019 at 7:46pm PDT

The Brix score: Sugar and Minerals

“Plants with higher brix readings are more resilient to disease and insect attack.” –from The Conscious Farmer website Go to their website to read more about:  Brix scores are indicative of plant health and healthy food.

The Right Kind of Flour

The Right Kind of Flour Filmed at the 2016 Aspen Ideas Festival   Dr. Stephen S. Jones, Director Stephen Jones is a wheat breeder and the Director of the The Bread Lab. Stephen has a PhD in Genetics from the University of California at Davis and teaches graduate courses in advanced classical genetics and in the…