Welcome to Grain Place Foods
Welcome to Grain Place Foods, the place to choose for top-quality certified organic whole grains and seeds! Browse through our tasty selection of organic whole grains and see how easily you can achieve the recommended three to five servings of whole grains every day. Our mission is to provide our customers grain products that are grown and produced in an ecologically sustainable and socially responsible manner – with the conviction that how your food is produced does matter!
2020 Grain Place Foundation’s Field Day
You are invited to join us for our annual Farm and Plant Tour, Seminar and Lunch on Saturday, July 18 at The Grain Place farm. We are pleased to announce our keynote speaker, Brise Tencer, Executive Director of the Organic Farming Research Foundation (OFRF). Ms. Tencer most previously served as Director of Policy and Programs for California Certified Organic Farmers (CCOF), where she managed the government affairs and grower education program, coordinated their regional chapters of members, and ran a grant-making program. Prior to that, she served as lead lobbyist on food and agriculture issues for the Union of Concerned Scientists.
In the morning, we will give you an up-close view of our 280-acre organic farm, which has been pioneering regenerative organic agriculture in central Nebraska for decades. Walk the fields with us, and see some of what we have learned. The day will also include a chance to tour Grain Place Foods, the organic grain processing facility on site.
We will offer a catered lunch on the farm (cost tbd), followed by our keynote presentations with time for Q & A afterwards.
The tours and seminar are free but a ticket and reservation is required for the lunch if you choose to eat with us.
Online registration and more details will be available soon! Join our Foundation email list now, and we will let you know as soon as online registration is live.
Check out the documentary about us!
Interested in finding out more about the Vetter family farm, the processing center and organic production in general? Check out the recent 77 minute documentary directed by Bonnie Hawthorne called Dreaming of a Vetter World .