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Get Dirty Farm Tours: Greenwillow Grains

Get Dirty Farm Tours

Saturday, August 10, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM (PDT)

Get Dirty Farm Tours: Greenwillow Grains

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Guest + 1 Ended $99.00 $0.00
Single Guest Ended $69.00 $0.00

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How are local, organic grains grown and milled? What is the process behind making flour?

On Salford Seed Farms, wheat, oats, barley and other grains grow on 450 acres of organically certified land. During August, harvest is in full swing. Walk fields showcasing various stages of harvest with late-season and spring grains still standing.

In order to answer the call for local grain-processing in the Willamette Valley, co-owner Willow Coberly created Greenwillow Grains. Tour the mill that has grown in capacity to process all of the organic grains from Salford Seed Farms. Customers reside from Seattle to San Francisco. Miller, Mike Robinson will take you through the entire process of milling, bagging and staging the processed grains.

The average American consumes about 130 pounds of wheat a year. Undeniably grains provide a mainstay of our diet. Following the tour, dive into understanding how grains sustainably get to our table (quite literally) with at Randy’s Main Street Coffee. That sandwich will taste all the better. 


Cost is $69 for one guest or $99 for TWO! INcludes tours, tales, lunch and libations. Kids ages 15 and under are free with a paying adult. Register today! Space is goin' quick. 

Should anyone be interested in products from Greenwillow Grains, click here.

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Saturday, August 10, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM (PDT)

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Get Dirty Farm Tours

Get Dirty Farm Tours connects farm-curious food lovers with producers that create products of exceptional culinary quality.  Whether it’s organic vegetables, goat cheese or sea salt, tour guests will see firsthand how our food is grown and hear from the hard-working individuals how they do it.  Our tours focus on a sea­son­ally appro­pri­ate topic, visit at least two farms and enjoy a seasonally inspired picnic lunch, including wine, spirits or beer.  It is our goal to provide our guests with a unique and educational experience.

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