Canning 101

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Learn how to safely, skillfully can your vegetable and fruit abundance to eat throughout the winter.
We will be canning apricots at during the workshop (the first 10 participants to sign-up get to take home a jar of canned apricots!)
Workshop Presenter  

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Rachel Turiel is a freelance writer, urban homestead tender, and aficionado of all things DIY in the kitchen, much to her children's chagrin.

She teaches workshops and blogs at 6512andGrowing.

 

 


Cost: FREE
This workshop is provided FREE thanks to the La Plata Conservation District and grant from the Colorado State Conservation Board Natural Resources Matching Grants Program.

NOTE: In order to reserve your spot you must register on the La Plata Conservation District Website HERE.

Find the full list of Ohana Kuleana Community Garden workshops HERE. Find the full list of Conservation Education workshops HERE.

Do you need Childcare during this workshop?

$5 per child ages 3-10 (All ages welcome)
NOTE: Minimum of 3 kids needed before childcare will be provided

Fun and educational garden activities
On-site at the Ohana Kuleana Community Garden
Parent must provide snack
Must sign up minimum 1-week in advance (Sign up by Wednesday, August 10th). 
To request childcare please email mia@thegardenprojectswcolorado.org

Registration is required.

You must register on the La Plata Conservation District Website HERE. 

 

WHEN
August 17, 2016 at 6pm - 8pm
WHERE
Manna Soup Kitchen Culinary Facility
1100 Avenida del Sol
Durango, CO 81301
United States
Google map and directions
CONTACT
Mia Carrasco-Songer ·

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