Master Food Preserver and Master Gardener Program
Saturday, June 23
Agricultural Center, Eureka
Registration fee: $50
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3rd Thursdays: Master Food Preserver Demonstrations
The Master Food Preserver volunteers are offering home food preservation demonstrations. The classes are designed to make it easy to capture the bounty of seasonal foods to be enjoyed all year long. Delighting in food tasting will be possible at many of the demonstrations!
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All demonstrations are from 5:30-7:30pm and held at the
Humboldt County Agricultural Center
5630 South Broadway
Eureka, CA 95503
Master Food Preserver
The Master Food Preserver program is a public service community outreach volunteer program through the University of California Cooperative Extension that provides up-to-date information on food safety and preservation.
To find out more information about the Master Food Preserver program, please contact our office at (707) 445-7351.
The Master Food Preservers are trained, dedicated volunteers who conduct food safety and food preservation community activities throughout Humboldt and Del Norte counties.
Master Food Preservers:
- Provide safe methods for home food preservation
- Offer free demonstrations
- Distribute educational materials
Additionally, Master Food Preserver volunteers assists other Cooperative Extension staff and help organize educational events.
Master Gardener Program
"Advice to Grow By...Ask Us!"
The Master Gardener Program offers volunteer services and outreach to the general public. Master Gardener volunteers extend research-based knowledge and information on home horticulture, pest management, and sustainable landscape practices to the residents of Humboldt and Del Norte counties.
Click here to visit the Statewide UC Master Gardener Program.
Interested in becoming a part of the UC Master Gardener Program's rich history? While making an impact in your own community, learn about:
- how to grow your own fruit and vegetables
- soil quality and health
- sustainable landscaping & water conservation
- plant and tree care
- integrated pest management
Join the Master Gardener Program today!
For more information about the Humboldt/Del Norte Master Gardener Program, please call our office at (707) 445-7351.
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