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Grand Teton Ancient Grains

family-owned and operated farm and mill committed to restoring ancient grains

Nestled in southeast Idaho at the foothills of the Grand Teton mountain range, Grand Teton Ancient Grains is a family-owned and operated farm and mill committed to restoring ancient grains to the family dinner table.

As sixth-generation farmers, Grand Teton Ancient Grains cultivates their farmland using proven organic and regenerative methods that build up soil and pack nutrition into the foods they grow. This means that they:

  • Use crop rotation, intercropping, microbes, and compost to build soil fertility, creating nutrient-rich foods.
  • Do not use pesticides or herbicides on their crops (we also do not use glyphosate).
  • Protect crops throughout the harvest, storage, and cleaning to ensure they arrive in excellent condition.

Grand Teton Ancient Grains has been on this journey for more than ten years and has only grown more passionate about its mission. They are intrigued by the unique story and nutrient profile of each of their ancient grains, and they work hard to preserve and make these grains available worldwide. Those include:

  • Einkorn
  • Spelt
  • Emmer
  • Hard white heat
  • Khorasan
  • Millet
  • Quinoa
  • Rye
  • Amaranth
  • Black chia seeds
  • Black Nile barley
  • Buckwheat
  • Hemp hearts
  • Teff