Amber Lambke

Maine Grains at the Somerset Grist Mill

Locally Grown Stone Ground Grains

Our mission at Maine Grains is to cultivate and deliver exceptional stone ground grains, which are locally grown and sourced.  Through a unique stone-milling process, we are able to preserve nutritional content and improve the performance of our flour for natural fermentation baking.  Our locally grown grains provide a variety of delicious hearty flavors.

Additionally, our principle foundation is that Maine Grains will provide a strong, positive community impact by creating jobs, improving land utilization, focusing on a holistic food chain, enabling farm-to-table benefits and serving as a successful model of local economic growth.

Our farmers pledge never to use pesticides, synthetic fertilizers or genetically modified seed, preserving Maine land for work and play for generations to come.


Wholesale grains, locally grown and traditionally milled...

Maine Grains MillMaine Grains is a wholesale manufacturing facility producing stone-milled grains, a staple food in the human diet, all locally grown. New England has a rich history of producing grains and Maine Grains is reviving this tradition to ensure that local flour and cereal grains are available and affordable for the community.

Through use of our unique traditional stone milling process, Maine Grains preserves the nutritional content of the grain. Slow turning mill stones keep the flour cool, which improves performance in natural fermentation baking and provides a variety of hearty flavors. The select taste of flour produced from our stone-ground grains is ideal for baking and cooking.

Helping to encourage a healthier community...

Maine Grains - Somerset Grist MillMaine Grains is housed at the Somerset Grist Mill in Skowhegan, Maine. The Grist Mill provides a space for local farmers, entrepreneurs, and community members to assemble and operate a variety of programs and businesses. The Somerset Grist Mill is nationally recognized as one of the country’s emerging rural ‘food hubs.’

By reusing an old county jail building and reviving local organic grain production, we are creating opportunities and encouraging a healthier and more vibrant community. If you are interested in a tour of Maine Grains at the Somerset Grist Mill, please contact us ahead of time to schedule.

Bringing our stoneground products to you...

Amber Lambke at the Pickup CSA

You can purchase our products at The Pickup Cafe, also at the Somerset Grist Mill, Wednesdays 3pm-6pm, Fridays 4pm-9pm, Saturdays 7am-2pm and 4pm-9pm, and Sundays 7am-2pm; and in natural food stores and co-ops throughout New England.  

Contact Amber Lambke

Maine Grains
P.O. Box 2060
42 Court Street
Skowhegan, Maine  04976
Phone: 207-474-8001


Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • Maine

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