In addition to highlighting the fresh grown and milled barley, rye and wheat, there were baked goods, distilled products, tastings, music, soil education, and plenty of children’s activities.
Soil education and seed savings tips were well received.
Kids found many interesting textures, and lots to see and do!
Volunteers helped Charlene with the youth activities and community members gave out advice.
Oh, lets look at the baked goods, and taste them, too.
Booths highlighted local and regional foods and spirits.
Volunteers and visitors enjoyed looking, tasting and visiting on the farm.
The Lemon Love booth was popular. So was painting and wagon tours.
Everyone got to meet the horses and drivers.
Charlene and Richard received a photo highlighting the year of growing grains from Lyle, and music rocked the barn!
Plan to spend the day at the farm during the Celebrate Great Grains event in September 2019!