The “wheat belt”. Also featured, Pearl the cat.
This years Lawns to Loaves growers are a creative bunch. Though we don’t grow a lot of wheat, we sure learn a lot from it. Thanks for sharing your inspiring photos.
Come celebrate the harvest Sat Oct 6. Details here.
We’ll be threshing, milling, weaving and snacking… a combo not to be missed.
The wheat didn’t stand a chance, this intrepid crew harvested swiftly and with glee.
Beautiful mandala art woven from Lawns to Loaves wheat and invasive ivy.
Join in Saturday OCTOBER 6, the Lawns to Loaves harvest celebration! 11am to 3pm at the Eco-Pavilion in the Strathcona Community Garden near Hawks and Prior.
Pedal power! Grain milling.
Learn how to “thresh” the wheat and follow the grain from a shaft of wheat to a pizza!
Get your pedal powered milling groove on! We’ll be milling this year’s Vancouver grown grains.
We’ll be firing up the oven to bake the locally grown wheat into tasty snacks.
Check out crafty creations made by weaving straw.
If you’ve been growing grains this year for Lawns to Loaves please bring them to be pooled and processed at the celebration. If you have several pounds please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange prior drop-off and threshing.
Truly a hands-on event. All are welcome to this free event, come and learn more about Lawns to Loaves and pitch in the fun.