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  1. Free Shipping with All Wild Rice Orders. We sell premium wild rice from Minnesota. From growing, harvesting and shipping from The Farm to Your Front Door. We also share our favorite wild rice recipes from soups, stuffing, breads and instructions on How To Cook Wild Rice Like A Pro.

  2. › about-wild-rice › about-wild-riceAbout Wild Rice

    It is available in three different grades: giant, which is a very long grain and the best quality; fancy, which is a medium grain and of lesser quality; and select, which is a short grain. Wild Rice is an annual grass which grows naturally in many Northern Minnesota and Wisconsin lakes.

  3. Minnesota has more acres of natural wild rice (Zizania palustris) than any other state in the country. Wild rice has been historically documented in 45 of Minnesota's 87 counties and in all corners of the state. Anecdotal information suggests an even broader distribution prior to European settlement.

  4. Wild Rice (Zizania palustris) Location: Northern Minnesota lakes, marshes, and streams; water 6 inches to 3 feet deep. Description: Grows above water surface; is rooted in soft, mucky sediment; clusters of green, ribbon-like leaves are tapered; leaves float on the surface during late spring and early summer; stalks grow 3 to 10 feet tall by ...

  5. Minnesota Cultivated Wild Rice. $6.01. (76 reviews) Write a Review. SKU: 001. Gift wrapping: Options available. Quantity: Add to Wish List. Description. 76 Reviews. We now have a more economical wild rice, whole kernel Minnesota Cultivated Wild Rice. Guaranteed to arrive in the same condition as it leaves our shop.

  6. Minnesota Grown. 100% naturally grown, Minnesotan, lake and river wild rice. Our Story. We are a small home based family business located in northern Minnesota. Our company is built on a love for this truly natural product and the customs of gathering and finishing the wild rice. Collective­ly we have over 30 years of wild rice experience.

  7. Minnesota features more acres of natural wild rice than any other state in the country and, in the 1950s, the University of Minnesota studied wild rice production on a small scale. By 1973, the University officially established a wild rice research program which helped lead to the growth of Minnesota’s commercial wild rice industry.

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