In the farmland of Buskerud in southeastern Norway, 11 organic farmers are growing grain varieties such as spelt,
barley, emmer, einkorn, slash and burn rye (‘svedjerug’) and land-race varieties of wheat. There is a good reason why farmers have grown them for thousands of years with organic growing methods. Økologisk Spesialkorn is working to assure that these grains are kept available to the public, giving people the opportunity to enjoy a variety of classic grains now and in the future.