Hands-on workshops

Hands-on workshops

New group of Master Food Preserver volunteers

New group of Master Food Preserver volunteers

Food Preservation Workshops

St. Lawrence County has a Master Food Preserver volunteer group.

Our Harvest Kitchen Preservation Series teaches participants in depth about preserving North Country bounty- such as berries, fruits or meats- preserved in a variety of ways. The primary ingredients are farm fresh. The remainder of ingredients are donated from Nature's Storehouse in Canton who has generously agreed to support the series.

Upcoming workshops
Fun with Fermentation: Winter Veggies on February 20th

Volunteers and Extension educators teach workshops about many types of preservation such as water bath canning, pressure canning, fermentation, dehydration and freezing. All workshops contain information about the scientific basis of food preservation as well as hands-on opportunities to learn each method. 

We often host classes at the Extension Learning Farm since our commercial kitchen is a great teaching site. Our volunteers are also willing to teach classes off site throughout the county. Get in touch if you are interested in hosting us for a class at your site (school, library, church, non-profit, etc.)

Contact

Maria 'Flip' Filippi
Local Foods Program Leader & Harvest Kitchen Manager
mpf65@cornell.edu
315-379-9192 ext. 229

Last updated January 26, 2019