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Value-added processing for urban farmers

Urban Ag home | Table of contents For urban farmers whose production is limited by space or other constraints, value added processing provides a way to increase the profitability of harvest. When deciding what product to produce and sell, research your target market and distribution outlets to...

Food Preservation Workshop

Saturday, Jun. 29, 2013 - 10:00am to 1:00pm
UME Montgomery County Office
This workshop is designed for individuals wishing to learn USDA recommended techniques for canning high acid foods such as tomatoes, fruits, jams and jellies using a water bath canner. The focus is on hands-on learning. COST: $35.00 (non-refundable) Includes a copy of So Easy to Preserve, handouts...
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