Canning Class Schedule Posted

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Join us for Canning with Cooperative Extension!

2020 dates

March 10 & 30 – Fermentation (2 classes)
**UPDATE – March 30 class postponed until fall.

May 21 – Strawberries
June 16 – Green beans
July 14 – Salsa
August 13 – Pickles
October 8 – Apples
November 10 – Marmalade

All classes run from 5:30–7:30 p.m.
$25 per person, per session.
Fees are non-refundable.
Payment and registration for each session are due 2 weeks prior.

New! Click on the classes above to register through Eventbrite.

Canning is a safe, economical way to preserve quality food at home. Canning
interrupts the normal spoiling and decaying cycle of food. This is done by
heating the food contained in a home canning jar and closing it with a twopiece
vacuum sealing cap. Canning homegrown foods can save you half the
cost of buying commercially canned food. Canning your favorite and special
products to be enjoyed by family and friends is a fulfilling experience and a
source of pride for many people.

Questions? Contact Vincent Webb, Family & Consumer Science Agent at

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