Whether you want to venture out alone, with a friend, or maybe a group setting is more your style, here are a few ways to get started:
Remember, if I can Can, you Can too!
Some folks work better with one-on-one instruction, especially learning to use the canning equipment.
It's always fun to learn with a partner.
After all, more hands make less work!
Canning and food preservation have often been done by groups of people. Great way to gather, catch up and share the work!
Want a fun way to engage your employees? Get them out of the office for some hands-on training? Home food preservation is a great way to bring folks together.
What Our Clients Say
Laura W., One-On-One Instruction
"Stacey is a talented teacher and master of home preservation! I was new to canning but after taking a group class with her, I felt prepared and inspired to start making my own jam. She is passionate about her work and passing along her knowledge. In my private lesson, I learned even more. She knows the local farms and makes great recommendations based on seasonality of produce. From homemade sauerkraut to canned fresh tuna, Stacey is an amazing resource!"