History, Science, and Current Practice in Home Food Preservation
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Demand is high for the latest science-based information about home food preservation. The Cooperative Extension System (CES) and USDA have long been recognized as credible sources for such information. Established by USDA and the University of Georgia in 2000, the National Center for Home Food Processing and Preservation (NCHFPP) continues to provide research, reviews, and recommendations about home food preservation. This webinar will be led by Dr. Elizabeth L. Andress, Extension Food Safety Specialist and Project Director of the NCHFPP.
Learning objectives for this webinar are to learn more about:
- the history of the NCHFPP
- recent contributions and resources made available from the Center in the past years
- overview of methods in home food preservation
- current science and practice recommendations for home canning
Registration is free, though limited to 100 registrants, so please register today. Since space is limited, please register only if you intend to participate.
Title: History, Science, and Current Practice in Home Food Preservation
Date: Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM EST
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