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Ancient Grains conference set for June 25 in Fargo, N.D.

The Northern Crops Institute will hold its annual Ancient Grains Conference on June 25 at the Peltier Complex on the campus of North Dakota State University in Fargo, N.D.

This year’s theme is Timeless Trends.

The Ancient Grains Conference is dedicated to exploring the versatility and ease of use of heritage grains. Participants will have the opportunity to delve into various aspects, including connecting with growers, exploring sustainability opportunities, understanding the market significance of ancient grains, and discovering new applications for these grains. Throughout the day, attendees will engage in hands-on demonstrations, ensuring a truly immersive learning experience.

This event serves as a unique platform for experts, researchers, and industry professionals to come together, exchange insights and foster collaborations aimed at promoting the cultivation, use and market growth of ancient grains.

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