As part of an educational and informational program demonstrating at exhibitions and schools nationwide, the Canadian Grain Commission selected the Country Living Grain Mill to illustrate the concepts of self-sufficiency and whole living. For many of the children (and even some of the adults) this was their first introduction to the process of breadmaking and they were amazed to find out that their bread came from somewhere else besides the local grocery store.
Below are a series of pictures from the Calgary Exhibition. As part of the Canadian Grain Commision's Education in Agriculture program students from local grade schools are given presentations including a chance to grind wheat with the Country Living Grain Mill. The following illustration comes from Amy at Kerrisdale Elementary School.