University of Maryland Extension

Baltimore City Grow It, Eat It, Preserve It Apple Butter Workshop September

Canning and preservation for Baltimore City UM Extension
Tuesday, Sep. 22, 2015 - 9:00am to 12:00pm
Lexington Market
University of Maryland Extension, Baltimore City
6615 Reistertown Rd
suite 201
Baltimore, MD 21215
United States
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Family & Consumer Sciences Educator Dr. Shauna Henley

For years, USDA approved canning techniques classes and workshops have been taught to our Maryland communities. With the growing demand in this area,  these classes/workshops are now an integral part of Grow It Eat It program developed by University of Maryland Extension. 

The food preservation classes are intended to provide a hands on learning experience for beginners and advanced canners.  This course is aimed at introducing the food science principles of high and/or low acid foods to be preserved, as well as the knowledge to safely can to prevent botulism.  For our advanced canners this class provides them with the updated science, resources, and tools that may not have been available when they first started canning.

 Typical Workshop

Class lecture, followed by participants going into the kitchen to make their own canned produce that they will bring home that day!

A $35 fee includes So Easy to Preserve, lecture/instruction, and all the equipment and produce to process your own preserved jar.

Register 2 days prior to the class.
Payment Options
Payment must accompany registration.
First Class is $35 and $20 any additional class
1. Check payable to: Baltimore County EAC Bring it to the workshop
 Mail to: Grow It, Eat It, Preserve It Workshops
University of Maryland Extension
1114 Shawan Rd
Cockeysville, MD 21030
2. Register online at
3. EXACT Cash to the workshop

Date & Time Location
Apple Butter 9/22    1-4pm Extension Office
Apple Butter 10/21  1-4pm Extension office
First Class is $35 and $20 any additional class
Shauna Henley
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