Canning 101: Preserving the Harvest
Bryan is experienced in many aspects of food production and has farmed and gardened organically for over 10 years in the Western U.S. Come learn how to can your first batch of summer's harvest and preserve it without additional energy for winter use. There is nothing like a can of home-grown dilly beans or canned tomatoes when the snow is flying outside!
Bryan Kruegeris the owner of Heart of Green Ecological Services (www.SustainableLandscapeSpokane.com)- offering Permaculture-based landscape design, install, and maintenance, as well as a host of other yard and garden services. He is also the President of the Board of Directors at Pine Meadow Farm Center, a non-profit, educational farm near Cheney, WA. Please visitwww.pinemeadowfarm.orgor speak to Bryan about volunteering or making a much-needed donation.He has a Master's degree in teaching and has been working with sustainable landscaping, gardening, and small-scale farming methods for over 10 years. Bryan is excited to share his knowledge and experience in the interest of strengthening local community in Spokane and the Greater Northwest!
Sun People Workshop Room (View)
32 West 2nd Avenue, Suite 200
Spokane, WA 99201
|Minimum Age: 14|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|