Washington Grain Growers
The rolling fields of Eastern Washington have the distinction of being the most productive wheat-growing ground per acre in the entire world. Decades of collaboration between growers, horticulturists, and researchers have resulted in hearty strains of grain grown in quantities unimaginable 50 years ago. The end product of soft white wheat is transported down the Snake and Columbia River system for export worldwide.
Washington State University celebrated this inspiring collaboration with the state's grain industry by commissioning this video.