July 11, 2020 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
The Barn and Pantry
125 West A St.
The Barn and Pantry

Come learn the basics of preservation! Can, pickle, ferment and jam!

If Covid has taught us anything, it’s that commercial food systems can be unsustainable and basic homesteading knowledge is important.

The Barn and Pantry has been offering preserving, canning and other homesteading skills classes for the last two years, however this summer it means just a little more to us to help our community make their household more sustainable during this abundant summer season. This series of workshops will empower you with all you need to know about putting up produce without the chemicals and manufacturing plants that those aluminum cans from the grocery store offer.

Each class will offer a base class price that includes ONE JAR of whatever we are canning, with the option of adding on a case of 12 to stock your pantry with. The price includes all instruction, materials, organic local produce and dependable glass canning jars with lids.

All classes will be hosted in our outdoor covered space using outdoor camp stoves and social distancing will be maintained at all times.

Learn more here