Practical Guide to Restore Landrace Wheat
Brochure: How to Restore Landrace Wheat
'Eat it to Save it
Northeast Organic Wheat - Our Research
Restoring Ancient Wheat
2011 Bread Conference
A Gift from Georgia
The Climate Resilient Farmer
We are what they ate: Meat or Wheat?
Baking Matzah in Brooklyn
Mystery of Matzah
Video: Baking Einkorn Matzah
Israel Bread Tour
HERITAGE WHEAT PROJECTS & CONFERENCES
GROW - Global Restoration of Wheat
Maine Kneading Conference - 7/28-29, 2016
'Northeast Grain Renaissance' by grownyc.org
Vermont Solstice Seeds- Sylvia Davatz
GrowNYC Grain News
Canadian Heritage Wheats
England's Heritage Wheat- John Letts
Brockwell Bake - England's Heritage Wheat Network
Brockwell Bake Heritage Wheat Program
French Seed-Saver Jean Francois Berthelot
French Peasant Seed Network
Greek Landrace Wheat
Greek Heritage Wheat
Ancient Georgian Wheats
Georgian Forgotten Crops
Palestinian Wheat Landraces
New Zealand Heritage Wheats
Vandana Shiva - Seed Freedom
Commnity Seed Banks - Nepal Case Study
Sacred Seed Sanctuary
Community Seed Banks:
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Gluten-safe primordial grain from the dawn of agriculture
Einkorn is an ancient grain that makes delicious breads, pizza, pastries and more - that are more flavorful and healthy than modern wheat.
Einkorn is the highest in protein and trace minerals of all grains!
It is low-glycemic and high in micronutrients and antioxidants.
If you are sensitive to modern wheat, einkorn may be a delicious alternative. Einkorn is “gluten safe” and digestible by most people who have wheat and gluten sensitivities.
Einkorn has gluten, and is not safe for people with Celiac disease.
Grow a Community Seed Bank: Send us a stamped self-addressed puffy envelope with your seed request and a donation, then return a portion of your best harvest next year to our seedbank. Start your own seed sanctuary and join our network. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Youth Seed-Saving Guidebook
The Neolithic diet is similiar to the Mediterranean diet but with a greater abundance of wild-gathered greens and gluten-safe sprouted or fermented ancient landrace grains (ie einkorn) with beans and legumes, nuts and seeds, occassional dairy, fish or meat (two or three times a week) fruits, spiced with wild herbs and plenty of physical activity with a connectedness to nature. No processed foods or sugar.
Song of the Wheat Harvest
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Restore a resilient diversity of Landrace Wheat.
Restore a Noah's Ark of biodiversity in your farm or garden.
We are looking for seed-savers to work with us to restore landrace wheats from the Caucasus Mountains, Tibet and the Mideast
ARTICLES & FILMS
on the Heritage Grain Conservancy
Edible Berkshires - Back to the Future with Heritage Wheat
Rodale - Seeds for Peace - Restoring Ancient Wheat
Smithsonian - Artisan Wheat
UMass Video - Rogosa Saves Almost-Extinct Ancient Grains
Eli Rogosa is Saving the World of Ancient Seeds
Maine Sail Trade
The American Wheat Culturist, 444p, (1868)
Classification of American Wheat Varieties, 239p (1923)
The Basis for Improving American Wheat, Mark Carleton, 110p, (1900)
Small Grains, Mark Carleton 699p, (1916)
Hulled Wheat Conference. Tuscany, Italy,( 1995)
Restoring Ancient Wheat with Israel, Palestine and Jordan
ON-FARM CONSERVATION & PARTICIPATORY BREEDING OF LANDRACES
European Landraces On-Farm Conservation
Community Biodiversity Management
Living Genebanks in Farmers' Fields
Wheat Landraces for Sustainability, Abdullah Jaradat
Plant Breeding with Farmers, Salvatore Ceccarelli
Cereal Landrace for Sustainable Agriculture
Breeding for Resilience
How to Cross-Pollinate Wheat
BAKING BREAD VIDEO
La Passion du Pain - Nicolas Supiot, my teacher
Sourdough Fermentation Reduces Gluten Toxicity
A Grounded Guide to Gluten
The Great Grain Robbery