Reducing Wasted Food at Home
Late summer and fall are times of abundant fresh produce, but how are you going to preserve only the foods you like and reduce food waste all year long?
Join us online for a free food preservation class, taught by Master Food Preserver Michele Conners from the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Monroe County. Michele will provide an overview, with ideas and methods for filling your pantry with home preserved products that you can enjoy year-round. This workshop promises to be highly interactive, and attendees are encouraged to participate in the online conversation!
Registration for the workshop is required in order to receive the invite to the Zoom meeting. Visit the link below to get started!
Please note that registration will close 12 hours before the start of this workshop. An email will be sent out the morning of the program with the link to the Zoom meeting. For this reason, it is important that you carefully enter your email address into the registration form!
About the Presenter
Michele made her 1st jar of jam in 1995 under the watchful eye of her mom. It was strawberry and they sealed the jars with wax. Fast forward to 2014 when she became a Certified Master Food Preserver and now teaches to never seal with wax! She began collaborating with Cornell Cooperative Extension Monroe County in 2018.
- Wednesday, September 23, 2020
- 1:00pm - 2:00pm
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
- Central Library