Learn about the unusual story behind the former county jail transforming a blighted part of downtown Skowhegan into a thriving food hub and community gathering place.
The people of Maine are just like our landscape- rugged, resilient & industrious. We fix what’s broken. Learn about the new generation of thought leaders, farmers, & food producers revitalizing our grain economy, from the ground up.
Maine Grains serves bakers, brewers chefs and families freshly-milled, organic and heritage grains in bulk quantities, to be used in kitchens of all shapes and sizes. We work with a number of distribution companies, wholesale, and direct ship our grains.
Maine Grains occupies land that is a homeland for the Abenaki. Indigenous people visited the waterfalls in Skowhegan to spear fish and cultivated flint corn and other crops on the fertile banks of the Kennebec River. A crossroads to this day, Skowhegan was an important stop for Indigenous people migrating from northern hunting grounds in winter to coastal Maine in summer. We honor with gratitude the Indigenous people before and among us.
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