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'''Common Grains Alliance''' (CGA) is a [[Virginia]], USA based [[non-profit organization]]<ref>{{cite news |last1=Tracy |first1=Lisa |title=Farmers Market Gives Producers Outlet Year Round |url=http://archives.etypeservices.com/lexington1/Magazine268890/Publication/Magazine268890.pdf |publisher=The News Gazette |date=April 3, 2019}}</ref> that works to improve [[food quality]].<ref>{{cite news |last1=Ganz |first1=Stephanie |title=With the Grains A new Virginia-based nonprofit develops to support the regional grain economy |url=https://richmondmagazine.com/news/sunday-story/with-the-grains/ |publisher=Richmond Magazine |date=October 14, 2018}}</ref> According to ''[[Forbes]]'' they aim to ""build a vibrant, integrated, and sustainable grain economy in Virginia and surrounding areas".<ref>{{cite news |last1=Debevoise |first1=Nell Derick |title=Five Lessons For Making Change From 18 Impact-Driven Farmers |url=https://www.forbes.com/sites/nelldebevoise/2019/01/07/five-lessons-for-making-change-from-18-impact-driven-farmers/ |publisher=Forbes |date=January 7, 2019}}</ref> The organization was founded by Heather Coiner and Michael Grantz in 2017.<ref>{{cite news |last1=FSB |first1=PD |title=Business - Social Enterprise - Social Enterprise |url=https://progressdaily.com/five-lessons-for-making-change-from-18-impact-driven-farmers/ |publisher=Progress Daily: Following Sustainable Business |date=October 1, 2019}}</ref> Common Grains Alliance is a membership based organization, with current members including Breadcraft,<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestravelguide/2014/08/27/spending-two-perfect-days-in-virginias-shenandoah-valley/|title=Spending Two Perfect Days In Virginia's Shenandoah Valley|last=Williams|first=DeMarco|website=Forbes|language=en|access-date=2019-10-05}}</ref> Deep Roots Milling (Roanoke),<ref>{{cite news |last1=Howsare |first1=Erika |title=Our daily bread: A new crop of farmers, millers, and bakers is working to restore Virginia's local grain economy |url=https://www.c-ville.com/our-daily-bread-a-new-crop-of-farmers-millers-and-bakers-is-working-to-restore-virginias-local-grain-economy/ |publisher=Charlottesville Weekly |date=May 6, 2019}}</ref> eatery Tabula Rasa (Blacksburg),<ref>{{cite news |last1=Demmitt |first1=Jacob |title=Blacksburg entrepreneur cooking up a business |url=https://www.roanoke.com/blacksburg-entrepreneur-cooking-up-a-business/article_29a7569f-f519-5237-a15e-0bb0e2c8af0b.html |publisher=The Roanoke Times |date=April 12, 2019}}</ref> Great Day Gardens (Forest),<ref>{{cite news |last1=Smith |first1=Rachael |title=Great Day Gardens Farm Market offers fresh, organic products in Forest on Wednesdays |url=https://www.newsadvance.com/news/local/great-day-gardens-farm-market-offers-fresh-organic-products-in/article_5ab6adc2-2c85-5301-80a0-4d957e67c0fd.html |publisher=The News & Advance |date=May 1, 2019}}</ref> and Daniel Austin's grain farm, Taste of Jubilee (Rocky Mount).<ref>{{cite news |last1=Irby |first1=Suzanne Hodges |title=Saving Grains |url=https://theroanoker.com/blogging/behind-the-page/saving-grains/ |publisher=The Roanoker |date=January 28, 2019}}</ref>
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'''Common Grains Alliance''' (CGA) is a [[Virginia]], USA based [[non-profit organization]]<ref>{{cite news |last1=Tracy |first1=Lisa |title=Farmers Market Gives Producers Outlet Year Round |url=http://archives.etypeservices.com/lexington1/Magazine268890/Publication/Magazine268890.pdf |publisher=The News Gazette |date=April 3, 2019}}</ref> that works to improve [[food quality]].<ref>{{cite news |last1=Ganz |first1=Stephanie |title=With the Grains A new Virginia-based nonprofit develops to support the regional grain economy |url=https://richmondmagazine.com/news/sunday-story/with-the-grains/ |publisher=Richmond Magazine |date=October 14, 2018}}</ref> According to ''[[Forbes]]'' it is composed of "[[Social entrepreneurship|social entrepreneurs]]"; the group's aim to "build a vibrant, integrated, and sustainable grain economy in Virginia and surrounding areas".<ref>{{cite news |last1=Debevoise |first1=Nell Derick |title=Five Lessons For Making Change From 18 Impact-Driven Farmers |url=https://www.forbes.com/sites/nelldebevoise/2019/01/07/five-lessons-for-making-change-from-18-impact-driven-farmers/ |publisher=[[Forbes]] |date=January 7, 2019}}</ref> The organization was founded by Heather Coiner and Michael Grantz in 2017.<ref>{{cite news |last1=FSB |first1=PD |title=Business - Social Enterprise - Social Enterprise |url=https://progressdaily.com/five-lessons-for-making-change-from-18-impact-driven-farmers/ |publisher=Progress Daily: Following Sustainable Business |date=October 1, 2019}}</ref>{{dead link|date=January 2020}} Common Grains Alliance is a membership based organization, with current members including Breadcraft,<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestravelguide/2014/08/27/spending-two-perfect-days-in-virginias-shenandoah-valley/|title=Spending Two Perfect Days In Virginia's Shenandoah Valley|last=Williams|first=DeMarco|website=[[Forbes]]|language=en|access-date=2019-10-05}}</ref> Deep Roots Milling (Roanoke),<ref>{{cite news |last1=Howsare |first1=Erika |title=Our daily bread: A new crop of farmers, millers, and bakers is working to restore Virginia's local grain economy |url=https://www.c-ville.com/our-daily-bread-a-new-crop-of-farmers-millers-and-bakers-is-working-to-restore-virginias-local-grain-economy/ |publisher=Charlottesville Weekly |date=May 6, 2019}}</ref> eatery Tabula Rasa (Blacksburg),<ref>{{cite news |last1=Demmitt |first1=Jacob |title=Blacksburg entrepreneur cooking up a business |url=https://www.roanoke.com/blacksburg-entrepreneur-cooking-up-a-business/article_29a7569f-f519-5237-a15e-0bb0e2c8af0b.html |publisher=[[The Roanoke Times]] |date=April 12, 2019}}</ref> Great Day Gardens (Forest),<ref>{{cite news |last1=Smith |first1=Rachael |title=Great Day Gardens Farm Market offers fresh, organic products in Forest on Wednesdays |url=https://www.newsadvance.com/news/local/great-day-gardens-farm-market-offers-fresh-organic-products-in/article_5ab6adc2-2c85-5301-80a0-4d957e67c0fd.html |publisher=[[The News & Advance]] |date=May 1, 2019}}</ref> and Daniel Austin's grain farm, Taste of Jubilee (Rocky Mount).<ref>{{cite news |last1=Irby |first1=Suzanne Hodges |title=Saving Grains |url=https://theroanoker.com/blogging/behind-the-page/saving-grains/ |publisher=[[The Roanoker]] |date=January 28, 2019}}</ref>
  
 
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Common Grains Alliance (CGA) is a Virginia, USA based non-profit organization[1] that works to improve food quality.[2] According to Forbes it is composed of "social entrepreneurs"; the group's aim to "build a vibrant, integrated, and sustainable grain economy in Virginia and surrounding areas".[3] The organization was founded by Heather Coiner and Michael Grantz in 2017.[4]Template:Dead link Common Grains Alliance is a membership based organization, with current members including Breadcraft,[5] Deep Roots Milling (Roanoke),[6] eatery Tabula Rasa (Blacksburg),[7] Great Day Gardens (Forest),[8] and Daniel Austin's grain farm, Taste of Jubilee (Rocky Mount).[9]

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  1. Tracy, Lisa (April 3, 2019). "Farmers Market Gives Producers Outlet Year Round". The News Gazette. http://archives.etypeservices.com/lexington1/Magazine268890/Publication/Magazine268890.pdf. 
  2. Ganz, Stephanie (October 14, 2018). "With the Grains A new Virginia-based nonprofit develops to support the regional grain economy". Richmond Magazine. https://richmondmagazine.com/news/sunday-story/with-the-grains/. 
  3. Debevoise, Nell Derick (January 7, 2019). "Five Lessons For Making Change From 18 Impact-Driven Farmers". Forbes. https://www.forbes.com/sites/nelldebevoise/2019/01/07/five-lessons-for-making-change-from-18-impact-driven-farmers/. 
  4. FSB, PD (October 1, 2019). "Business - Social Enterprise - Social Enterprise". Progress Daily: Following Sustainable Business. https://progressdaily.com/five-lessons-for-making-change-from-18-impact-driven-farmers/. 
  5. Williams, DeMarco. "Spending Two Perfect Days In Virginia's Shenandoah Valley" (in en). https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestravelguide/2014/08/27/spending-two-perfect-days-in-virginias-shenandoah-valley/. 
  6. Howsare, Erika (May 6, 2019). "Our daily bread: A new crop of farmers, millers, and bakers is working to restore Virginia's local grain economy". Charlottesville Weekly. https://www.c-ville.com/our-daily-bread-a-new-crop-of-farmers-millers-and-bakers-is-working-to-restore-virginias-local-grain-economy/. 
  7. Demmitt, Jacob (April 12, 2019). "Blacksburg entrepreneur cooking up a business". The Roanoke Times. https://www.roanoke.com/blacksburg-entrepreneur-cooking-up-a-business/article_29a7569f-f519-5237-a15e-0bb0e2c8af0b.html. 
  8. Smith, Rachael (May 1, 2019). "Great Day Gardens Farm Market offers fresh, organic products in Forest on Wednesdays". The News & Advance. https://www.newsadvance.com/news/local/great-day-gardens-farm-market-offers-fresh-organic-products-in/article_5ab6adc2-2c85-5301-80a0-4d957e67c0fd.html. 
  9. Irby, Suzanne Hodges (January 28, 2019). "Saving Grains". The Roanoker. https://theroanoker.com/blogging/behind-the-page/saving-grains/.