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May 2021

GRAINS WEEK

May 3 - May 7
Virtual Event

A *FREE* interactive online celebration of value-added small grains for farmers, bakers, brewers, distillers, millers, maltsters, and consumers: GRAINS WEEK! Featuring the national collaborative work of the Culinary Breeding Network, Oregon State University, Cornell University, UW-Madison, eOrganic, the Artisan Grain Collaborative, GrowNYC Grains, Cascadia Grains, and the WSU Food Systems Program. During GRAINS WEEK Farmers, ag professionals, and academics can hear research updates, learn about grain production for artisan breads, cereals for animal feeds, brewing and distilling, and more. Professionals, home…

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Member Webinar: Enemies of Malt Barley and Other Small Grains

May 13 @ 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Virtual Event

MEMBER WEBINAR:  ENEMIES OF MALT BARLEY AND OTHER SMALL GRAINS THURSDAY, MAY 13TH | 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EST SPEAKER Dr. Juliet Marshall, University of Idaho - Department of Entomology, Plant Pathology, and Nematology Webinar Description: The best and the worst situations for growing barley depend on all of the typically associated production factors - the geographic region, the crops grown in rotation, the agronomic practices on-farm, and the varieties. Growers face an array of problems seen and unseen in…

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July 2021

[Member Webinar] MaltVis: Digging Into Malthouse Data

July 8 @ 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Zoom – Webinar

MaltVis is a web-based tool developed to help maltsters engage with their process and malt analysis data, and USE that data to produce better malt. The tool was introduced during the 2021 Craft Malt Conference and will be made available for maltsters to use starting the week of June 21st, 2021. Please join Curtis Davenport and Andrew Caffrey on July 8th for a live demo and onboarding session to help you start using MaltVis to make the most of your…

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