Class Promises To Reveal Mysteries Of Canning & Freezing

UNION COUNTY – Experts from the Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Union County will conduct a new class called “Preserve the Harvest.”

“With New Jersey’s rich tradition of home gardening, ‘Preserve the Harvest’ is a great opportunity for Union County residents to learn the basics of safely canning and freezing, so home grown fruits and vegetables can be enjoyed all year,” said Union County Freeholder Chairman Linda Carter.

The class is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 11, from 1  to 3 p.m., at the Extension offices in the Union County Colleen Fraser Building in Westfield, 300 North Avenue East.

Pre-registration is required by Oct. 9. To pre-register or get more information, call Judi Laganga at the Extension, 908-654-9854 (press option “2”). A $5 materials fee will be collected at the door.

For information about all Union County Extension programs for children and adults, visit

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