Mill Resources

Mills in the United States


BKW Grains, Marana

Hayden Flour Mills, Queen Creek

Neighbors Mill Bakery and Cafe, Harrison


Beck’s Bakery, Arcata

Capay Mills, Rumsey

Community Grains, Oakland

Farmer Mai, Upper Lake

Grass Valley Grains, Grass Valley

Grist and Toll, Pasadena


Grain Revival, Idaho Falls

Hillside Grain, Silver Creek (@hillsidegrain)


Breslin Farms, Ottawa

Brian Severson Farms, Dwight

Janie’s Farm, Danforth

Funks Grove Heritage Fruits & Grains, Urbana

Hazzard Free Farm, Pecatonica


Farmer Direct, New Cambria

Heartland Mill, Marienthal


Louismill, Louisville

Weisenberger Mill, Midway


Aurora Mills & Farm, Linneus

Bouchard Family Farms, Fort Kent

Grange Corner Farm, Lincolnville

Maine Grains, Skowhegan

Songbird Farm, Unity


Next Step Produce, Newburg


Gray’s Grist Mill, Westport

Plimoth Grist Mill, Plymouth

Pioneer Valley Heritage Grain CSA,  Pioneer Valley

One Mighty Mill, Lynn


Windmill Flour, Holland

Grand Traverse Culinary Oils & Flours, Traverse City


Baker’s Field Flour and Bread, Minneapolis

Natural Way Mills, Middle River

Sunrise Heritage Flour Mill, North Branch

Swany White Flour Mill, Freeport

Whole Grain Milling, Welcome


Neighbors Mill Bakery and Cafe, Springfield

Ibis Bakery, Kansas City


Conservation Grains, Choteau

New Jersey

River Valley Community Grains

New York

Champlain Valley Milling, Westport

Farmer Ground Flour, Trumansburg

Gianforte Farm, Cazenovia

Hawthorne Valley Farm, Ghent

North Country Farms, Watertown

Wild Hive Farm, Clinton Corners

North Carolina

Carolina Ground, Asheville


Bear’s Mill, Greenville

Shagbark Seed & Mill, Athens

Stutzman Farms, Millersburg


Camas Country Mill, Junction City

Lonesome Whistle Farm, Junction City


Beiler’s Heritage Acres, 124 Hershey Church Rd, Kinzers, Pennsylvania 17535

Castle Valley Mill, Doylestown

Daisy Organic Flours, Lancaster

Lost Bread Company, Philidelphia

Small Valley Milling, Halifax

Sonnewald Natural Foods, Spring Grove

Weatherbury Farm, Avella

South Carolina

Anson Mills, Columbia

Geechie Boy Mill, Edisto Island


Barton Springs Mill, Austin

Homestead Gristmill, Waco


Central Milling, Logan, Richmond & Collinston


Harris Family Farms, Bridport

Nitty Gritty Grain Company, Charlotte

Rogers Farmstead, Berlin


Woodson’s Mill, Roseland


Bluebird Grain Farms, Winthrop

The Grain Shed, Spokane

Fairhaven Flour, Burlington

Nash’s Organics, Sequim

Cairnspring Mills, Burlington

Palouse Colony Farm, Endicott


Anarchy Acres, Mount Pleasant

Grafton Stone Mill, Jackson

Lonesome Stone Milling, Lone Rock

Meadowlark Organics, Ridgeway

Meuer Farm, Chilton

Mills in Canada


1847 Flours, Fergus

Arva Flour Mill, Arva

Homestead Organics, Berwick

Homestead Organics, Morrisburg

Homestead Organics, Sebringville

Ironwood Organics, Gananoque

K2 Milling, Beeton


Le Moulin Des Cedres, Les Cedres

La Muenerie Milanaise, Eastern Townships

British Columbia

Anita’s Organics, Chilliwack

Eat Grain, Vancouver

More Mill Resources

New American Stone Mills – These are the mills fueling a revolution in grains around the world. Whenever I travel, I look here for places I want to visit.

Artisan Grain Collaborative Regional Map – This national map features the whole grain chain: farms, mills, bakeries, advocacy groups, conferences. Hunt for what you want where you want it, and if you see a hole, there’s a form right on the map page for updates. 

Note: The Artisan Grain Collaborative is a group working to build the grainshed in the Midwest, and I’m involved in the effort. Please contact me if you want to know/do more to help re-grow the bread basket.

GrowNYC Grains – Head here for all kinds of fresh flour & malt facts and inspiration. GrowNYC Grains was and is a key player in establishing a grainshed in the Northeast. If you want one place to burrow for regional grain resources, from fact sheets to videos and purchasing opps, this is your spot.  

Thousand Bites of Bread – My friend Adrian has lots of information for all your baking and milling curiosities. If you’ve got questions about what bakeries to visit, and home milling, head over to her site.

Milling Books

If most of these texts seem ancient, that’s because info on milling disappeared as mills disappeared from communities, about 100-150 years ago. 

Report on Vienna Bread – Eben Norton Horsford

Wheat Flour Milling – Elieser S. Posner and Arthur N. HIbbs

The Young Mill-Wright and Millers Guide – Oliver Evans

Grist and Flour Mills in Ontario – F. Leung

Wheat and the Flour Mill, a Handbook for Practical Flour Millers – E. Bradfield

Flour Lab – Adam Leonti

Watermills and Stoneground Flour Milling – Nigel S. Harris

Mill City: A Visual History of Minneapolis Milling District 

Practical Milling – B.W. Dedrick

Flour for Man’s Bread – Storck & Teague

Eastern Washington’s Vanishing Gristmills and the Men Who Ran Them

Flour Milling in Washington State