The annual Cascadia Grains Conference is coming to the South Puget Sound Community College in Olympia, WA January 18th.
Cascadia Grains Conference January 18th, 2020 in Olympia, WA. Early Bird Registration Now Live!
REGISTER BY NOVEMBER 27th AND SAVE $25! Saturday January 18th from 8 am – 8 pm for the Main Conference at the South Puget Sound Community College in Olympia, WA.
Includes three local grain-focused meals, keynotes, sessions and panels, a Resource Expo, tastings and more!
Friday fieldtrips will be leaving January 17th at various locations in Seattle and Thurston County.
REGISTER TODAY FOR THE FULL SATURDAY CONFERENCE JAN 18th
Don’t see what you like? Want to suggest a speaker or session for the 2020 Conference? Request for proposals now open through October 31st!
Request for Proposals open through October 31st
The 2020 Saturday Conference will feature:
Learn first-hand from experts in the fields of: production, processing and distribution, milling, malting, animal feed, baking, brewing and distilling. The majority of our participants are farmers and researchers/educators, but we have a seat for everyone at the table. Program Draft Announced!
Mel Darbyshire, head baker at The Grand Central Baking Company in Seattle. Read more about Mel’s story in this Farine article. (Photo: Flavor by Loews Hotels, Gabriel Goldberg)
SATURDAY HANDS-ON BAKING SESSIONS
Register for our Add-on Hands-on Baking sessions during the main Saturday Conference. Choose from a Baking 101 class or an Advanced Baking Class. More information coming soon! Register.
BEST OF CASCADIA TASTING
Each Conference ends with dinner and our Best of Cascadia Tasting, featuring regional craft brews and spirits that use regional grains and ingredients, and share the values and spirit of the conference. More information coming soon! Stay tuned!
In addition to a full program of workshops, panels and speakers the Cascadia Grains Conference features a Resource Expo with non-profit organizations, government agencies, and sponsors that provide information and services to grain growers and end users. Want a table at the Resource Expo? Learn More and Register!
WORK TRADE AND SCHOLARSHIP
We have two options for those who find the cost of the conference prohibitive: A reduced Scholarship rate of $60, or a Work Trade rate of $35 plus a 4 hour volunteer shift (morning or afternoon). Learn More!
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