Haywood’s Summer Canning Series

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Picture of jars followed by listing of summer class schedule.

Now that summer has arrived, home & community gardens, roadside stands, farms and farmers markets are producing fruits and vegetables ready to be eaten or preserved. N.C. Cooperative Extension is now registering participants for a variety of home food preservation classes taught by Julie Sawyer, Family & Consumer Sciences Extension Agent in Haywood County. Classes will cover what supplies are needed to preserve food at home, how to identify a tested recipe, how to determine which foods require pressure canning versus hot water bath processing, how to adjust for altitude, how to prepare foods, jars and lids for canning and when to acidify foods.

To register, scan the QR codes in the advertisement above, call our office at

828-456-3575, email Julie Sawyer at julie_sawyer@ncsu.edu or:

Register for Hands on Pressure Canning here

Register for Fermenting Pickles here

Register for Morning Tomato Canning here

Register for Evening Tomato Canning here