THE BEST GRAIN IS WASHINGTON GRAIN
The first state to develop a Preferred Wheat Variety Brochure ranking milling and baking performance
PROVIDING THE WORLD’S FINEST WHEAT & BARLEY
Non-GMO crops for today’s discerning consumers & companies
THE BEST GRAIN IS WASHINGTON GRAIN
The first state to develop a Preferred Wheat Variety Brochure ranking milling and baking performance
PROVIDING THE WORLD’S FINEST WHEAT & BARLEY
Non-GMO crops for today’s discerning consumers & companies
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Wheat All About it!

Wheat All About It! is a weekly podcast sponsored by the Washington Grain Commission. New episodes are posted every Tuesday morning. The podcast is intended for farmers, landlords and agribusinesses as well as researchers and consumers. The 20 to 25 minute programs include interviews about WGC-sponsored initiatives, as well as stories of rural life and country culture. Podcasts are available at the WGC website: wagrains.org or by subscribing on iTunes, or podcast apps from Android phones including Stitcher, Pocketcast, Overcast or Player FM. Search for Wheat All About It. You can also access podcasts on the Washington Grain Commission Facebook page where photos of guests and PowerPoint slides are posted.
 
 

WGC Podcast

Episode 210: Closing Time

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Episode 210: Closing Time
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12.29.20 Four years and 210 episodes later, the first podcast devoted to wheat and wheat farming in the Pacific Northwest calls it quits. Starting in January 2017, the Washington Grain Commission-sponsored Wheat All About It! has introduced listeners to hours of information and entertainment about the industry and the grain chain that supports it. In episode 210 entitled, Closing Time, WGC commissioner Mike Carstensen interviews host Scott Yates about the podcast’s highs and lows and what he’s learned in the process of producing the vast archive of information which will remain on the commission’s website at wagrains.org  for the foreseeable future.  

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