Moncks Corner, S.C. – (Friday, May 6, 2022) – Berkeley County Library System (BCLS) will host Learn About Food Preservation With Gayle Williford, Food Systems and Safety Agent, Clemson University Berkeley County Cooperative Extension, at Moncks Corner Library, Saturday, May 21 from 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. and will cover the following:
• Food demos
Following the presentation, will be a Q & A for questions about vegetables, fruit and other foods.
"Spring/Summer Preserving: What’s the best way to save your garden vegetables this year? I will provide answers to your food preservation questions, show you where to find reliable information, perform a blanching demonstration, and teach about tools and equipment on display." – Gayle Williford, Food Systems and Safety Agent
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About Clemson University Cooperative Extension
Clemson Extension helps improve the quality of life of all South Carolinians by providing unbiased, research-based information through an array of public outreach programs in youth development; agribusiness; agriculture; food, nutrition and health; and natural resources. With offices in all 46 counties, (clemson.edu/extension/co/index.html) of the state, The Extension works to help support South Carolina’s 42 billion dollar agriculture and forestry industries; strengthen families and communities; improve stewardship of natural resources and the environment; strengthen connections between people and their food; and expose South Carolina youth to opportunities in agriculture, science, technology, engineering and math.
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