Using local foods to spur economic opportunities is a key element
of the TRIC's strategy

LOCAL FOODS

The TRIC's newly renovated Kitchen has been rented out to Guardian Grains for production of their Whole Grain Flour and pasta. 

Guardian Grain's pasta is more nutritious that traditional pasta that you may find at the grocery store and is made from locally grown heritage wheat that was grown using regenerative farming practices. 

Kitchen
Kitchen

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Kitchen
Kitchen

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Kitchen

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The kitchen features an Italian-made La Monferrina pasta machine, described as a complete workshop for pasta, “tailor-made” for meeting all the production needs, suitable to produce all kinds of short and long shapes of extruded pasta, by simply changing the extruding die.

A partnership has been mobilized to utilize local foods as an economic generator and to provide resources to those most in need.

The TRIC board of directors has created relationships with several statewide and regional partners to advance its rural community development initiatives.  

  • USDA Rural Development

  • Guardian Grains

  • Strengthen ND

  • Great Plains Food Bank

  • Natural Resources Conservation Service

  • Tuttle Betterment Club

  • Tuttle Area Development Corporation

  • Tuttle Fire Protection District