Going with the Grain

Photography By Lee-Ann Hill | March 21, 2018
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Winter wheat, like this Turkey Red at Laughing Wolf Farm, offers more protein.

Family farmers in Colorado are also experimenting with crops suited to our high-altitude climate and mountain geography. In the San Luis Valley, White Mountain Farm is cultivating indigenous Andean quinoa (to order, visit WhiteMountainFarm. com). Boulder-based RollinGreens sells addictive “millet tots” at various retail outlets on the Front Range (RollinGreens.com), made with millet (native to West Africa) grown by Clean Dirt Farm in Sterling.

Article from Edible Aspen at http://edibleaspen.ediblecommunities.com/things-do/going-grain
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