This issue explores milling: the craft, what you need to know about it, and its place in the bigger picture of building sustainable grain economies.

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Blair Marvin and Andrew Heyn.

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During a two-day stay at Elmore Mountain Bread (Vermont, United States), François Thibeault experienced Andrew Heyn and Blair Marvin’s milling and baking lifestyle.

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Amber Lambke co-founded Maine Grains to reconnect bakers with millers, and millers with farmers—and to drive a new regional grain economy.

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A Family-Run Mill Built in 1934

On a freezing day in January 2016, together with a group of home bakers from Helsinki, Jarkko Laine visited VeckoskiAndersböle Vetekvarn, a small family-run mill built in 1934 in Porvoo, Finland.