September 17, 2014: Food Preservation

Summer is a time of bounty, particularly if you are a home gardener. Even if you aren't, a lot of locally grown frut, herbs and vegetables are there for the picking. When the cold winds of winter blow, the food you put aside has special value.

Join us on September 17 as we discuss safe ways to put aside the summer bounty for colder times ahead.

We invite your calls and email with questions and comments.

Amanda Provencher

King Hill Farm
29 Faerie Kingdom Rd
Penobscot, Maine
04476
207.326.9701
kinghillfarm.com

Amanda Provencher

Jason Bolton, PhD

University of Maine Cooperative Extension
5735 Hitchner Hall
University of Maine
04469-5735
207-942-7396
jason.bolton@maine.edu



Jason Bolton

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