2015 Annual CGRF MeetingWe have a special presentation from Dr. Anna McClung, Research Leader at the Dale Bumpers National Rice Research Center, who discusses the origins of Carolina Rices.
RestorationThe mission of The Carolina Gold Rice Foundation is to advance the sustainable restoration and preservation of Carolina Gold Rice and other heirloom grains and raise public awareness of the importance of historic ricelands and heirloom agriculture.
EducationThe Foundation encourages, supports and promotes educational and research activities focused on heirloom grains and serves as an information resource center to provide authentic documentation on heirloom grain culture and heritage.
A new project is planned for a local PhD student to study the role of native pollinators and their ability to effectively pollinate watermelons. A summary is available.
The Foundation is linked with the Asia Rice Foundation and will partner with that foundation and others worldwide.
PreservationThe Foundation has significant commitments of financial support and is aggressively seeking additional funding commitments. The Carolina Gold Rice Foundation is incorporated and has a non-profit 501(C)(3) status.
Why We Do What We DoCGRF has a Vimeo channel where several member presentations can be found.