NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. — New Jersey Family and Community Health Sciences (FCHS) are getting you ready to preserve your fresh produce and other foods with 8 free webinars on home food preservation from April 15 and June 10.
Hosted by experts from across New Jersey, each week will discuss different topics exploring step-by-step instructions, equipment, and best practices.
“Preserving produce is fun and a great way to reduce food waste and capture the flavors of summer,” stated Daryl Minch, FCHS Educator in Somerset County and longtime food preserver.
April 15 – Freezing https://go.rutgers.edu/fbcui0hw
April 22 – Canning in Boiling Water Canner https://go.rutgers.edu/6r6376dr
April 29 – Pressure Canning https://go.rutgers.edu/a30lxfez
May 6 – Jam, Jellies and Spreads https://go.rutgers.edu/84hpod5a
May 13 – Pickles https://go.rutgers.edu/w026tlk0
May 20 – Tomatoes and Salsa https://go.rutgers.edu/1ecce9dj
June 3 – Preserving Herbs https://go.rutgers.edu/n4s2xep0
June 10 – Dehydrating https://go.rutgers.edu/y9f517ib
All webinars are completely free and are available to everyone virtually via Zoom. Registration is required for each session. For more information on New Jersey FCHS and their upcoming events, visit their website at https://njaes.rutgers.edu/fchs/. Contact
Daryl Minch at firstname.lastname@example.org or Alexandra Grenci at email@example.com.