Are you gearing up for the new garden season and thinking ahead about what to do to make your garden work all year long for you? Concerned about the rising price of food and looking for ways to feed your family through tougher times? Want to get in on the fun and wonderful flavors of home preserved food? Concerned about how to adapt your storage or preserving to special diets? Want to make the most of your farmer’s market? All of the above? I’ll be teaching a six week online, asynchronous (ie, you don’t have to be online at any particular time) class on food storage and preservation starting on Thursday, February 16 and running until the end of March. Cost of the class is $100, and I do have five scholarship spots available to low income participants in need. If you’d like to donate to the scholarship fund, you can also do that – 100% of all donations goes to make more spots available to low income people who wouldn’t ordinarily be able to take the class.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for details or to enroll.