I think that storing grain using dry ice, CO2, is the easiest method to preserve wheat. I have stored 4 or 5 sacks of grain by myself but it’s easier with two or more people working together.

Dry ice is carbon dioxide frozen solid. It is low-cost, easy to obtain and simple to use.

When storing many bags of wheat in CO2 for a ward group its better to be well organized.

After storing wheat in dry ice at several ward activities, I created this guide to provide the knowledge essential for success.

You can download it here if you need a hard-copy, or view it in SlideShare below.