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Purdue Extension's home food preservation course open for registration

Purdue Extension’s Mastering Home Food Preservation team is hosting a home food preservation virtual learning series, “Preserve It Now … Enjoy It Later!”

Those interested in advancing their skills in home preservation are invited to join virtually from 1-3 p.m. Tuesdays beginning July 13 and ending Aug. 10.

Each session will include a short presentation, interactive discussion, a food preservation demonstration and time for questions and answers.

The schedule is as follows:

  • July 13 – Equipment.
  • July 20 – Salsa.
  • July 27 – Pickling.
  • August 3 – Pressure Canning.
  • August 10 – Jam and Jelly .

A registration fee of $30 provides access to all five sessions. Register online. All sessions will be recorded and available to view at a later time. Contact Karen Richey at krichey@purdue.edu for more information and accommodations.

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