Food preserver training planned – Times-Standard

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UC Cooperative Extension will soon be offering a certified Master Food Preserver training, which teaches all methods of food preservation as well as food safety and emergency preparedness.

The training runs from January through May 2023 and includes 10 Zoom classes on Fridays and four in-person, hands-on food labs on Saturdays. The fee is $200 and includes books and food lab material.

Once the training is completed, Master Food Preservers volunteer in the community, sharing information through online and in-person demonstrations and presentations.

Sixty-minute information meetings about the training are slated for Oct. 21 at noon or Nov. 18, at noon. Register for this mandatory informational meeting at

https://surveys.ucanr.edu/survey.cfm?surveynumber=39013.

To apply for the 2023 Certified MFP training, go to https://surveys.ucanr.edu/survey.cfm?surveynumber=38863. The deadline to apply is Dec. 4.  All certified MFP applicants will be interviewed during the week of Dec 5.

This program is offered by the University of California Cooperative Extension Office. For more information, contact Dorina Espinoza at 707-445-7351 or [email protected].


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