Baking for Biodiversity (PDF Download)


Information, reflections, a baker’s manifesto, and recipes about grains from community organizer, advocate, educator, and practitioner of sustainable food systems Katie Gourley.


This zine by Katie Gourley contains information, reflections, a baker’s manifesto, and recipes. It is the result of three months in residency at the Sitka Center for Arts and Ecology at the Oregon Coast. During this time, Katie lived alone in a tiny cabin in the woods, surrendering to her roots as an Oregonian and trying to learn from the natural world, and researching the history of grain production, milling, and the social and economic transformation of  breads. Katie created this zine as a contribution to the tapestry being woven into a whole grain baking revolution.