Workshop on Jam Making and Dehydration offered on Saturday, August 3

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Do you plan to harvest loads of luscious fruits and vegetables from your garden this summer? Or do you love to load up on fruits and vegetables from the summer farmers’ market? You can learn how to “Preserve the Taste of Summer!” during a hands-on canning workshop presented by ISU Extension Nutrition and Wellness Specialist Barb Fuller. The workshop is based on USDA-approved food preservation recommendations, so that the food you preserve is not only delicious but safe to store for up to a year. Everyone who attends the workshop goes home with a jar of food and a complete collection of ISU Extension home preservation publications. Cost of the workshop is $35, and pre-registration is required by Thursday August 1.

Jam Making and Dehydration, Saturday, August 3, 9 am to 1 pm
Get ready to enjoy the taste of fresh fruit year round with this workshop on making and canning blueberry spice jam. This workshop will prepare you for preserving any type of fresh fruit through hot-water-bath canning or dehydration. All supplies will be provided, including jars, lids, screw rings, and berries.
Register online at or stop by the Cass County Extension office to sign up today!
Preserve the Taste of Summer- August 3rd Workshop Flier

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