Inside Appalachia | Still Grinding: A Miller's Tradition

Inside Appalachia | Still Grinding: A Miller's Tradition
Inside Appalachia | Still Grinding: A Miller's Tradition
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Explore the traditional gristmill methods of grinding corn into flour and examine the reasons for the demise of this industry. One of West Virginia’s last remaining gristmills, Reed’s Mill in Monroe County, was placed on the list of endangered properties by the Preservation Alliance of West Virginia last year. The man who owns this mill, Larry Mustain, is wondering how long he can continue to keep his family’s business going.

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