Grain Chain Map
Find grain growers, millers, organizations, and researchers across the United States contributing to their regional Grain Chains
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Maps, possibly even more.
To truly grasp the Grain Chain activity that is going on across the country, it helps to see the organizations that are becoming integral parts of their local and regional food systems. For the first phase of data visualization on Daily Grains, we are mapping out the small to mid-sized farms and mills growing and milling grains in the United States. We are also tracking some of the research institutes and Grain Chain connector organizations looking to advocate for and expand regional and local food systems.
There are currently more than 100 organizations in our database, which are displayed on the map above. We are adding more almost daily. Do check back often because not only will we be adding more, but we will also be working towards keeping the data up-to-date. If there are any organizations you think we should have in our database, jump over to our Contact form and drop us a line. We are trying to focus on organizations that are working with local or regional ancient, heritage, or landrace grains, but there are outliers in the mix that are worth tracking in our system.