Food Preservation Classes Offered By University Of Tennessee Extension

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Food Preservation Classes will be offered by the University of Tennessee Extension in the coming months.

Learn to safely can and freeze foods: jams and jellies, pickling, waterbath, freezing vegetables, blanching, pressure canner. Choose from six dates and two Chattanooga locations: University of Tennessee Extension – Hamilton County, 6183 Adamson Circle, 423-855-6113, or Crabtree Farms – 1000 E 30th St., 423-493-9155.

Cost is $20 (reference books, samples, materials, etc.). No refunds after registration deadline.

2017 Dates:

2017 Dates Location  Time  Register by
June 27 UT Extension Office 10:00-12:00 June 21
June 27 UT Extension Office 6:00-8:00 June 21
August 1 UT Extension Office 10:00-12:00 July 26
August 1 UT Extension Office 6:00-8:00 July 26
September 14 Crabtree Farms 10:00-12:00 September 7
September 14 Crabtree Farms 6:00-8:00 September 7 



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