July 14th Canning Workshop at Copley Orchard

 

Homemade-Jam

This event takes place on unceded and occupied Coast Salish territory, specifically that of the Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), and mi ce:p kʷətxʷiləm (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

As a part of this months Copley Orchard work party, Cedar Cottage Food Network has organized an on-site berry preservation and canning workshop facilitated by Elizabeth Wise.

This FREE workshop will be from 10:30-12:00, and will include all the basics of jam making and general preservation tips, as well as a hand-out to take home along with a small jar of jam!

***Please email ccfneducation@gmail.com to register.

Visit the facebook event here

About the Facilitator::::
Elizabeth has been working within the urban farming community of East Vancouver for 10 years.

With a huge garden of her own and working as a director of the Three Feet Below Canning Coop she has a wealth of knowledge in reducing waste through preservation.

A graduate of the Kwantlen farm school you may have seen Elizabeth working around town with local farmers at both the winter and summer markets.
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As always, come prepared to do some hands on work, bring water and dress for the weather!

Note: The work party runs from 10:00- 2:00pm with a break for a potluck lunch at 1pm. You are more than welcome to come for the whole duration and get to know the community of gardeners who take care of the orchard.
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What is Copley Orchard all about? —> Copley Community Orchard is an urban orchard located in Vancouver, British Columbia. It is a place to celebrate the benefits of growing fruit trees, berry bushes and other perennial plants, educating people on their cultivation, and creating a beautiful and productive space accessible to all. Visit http://www.copleycommunityorchard.com/ for more info and to get involved !

** Accesibility: This workshop will be at the Copley Community Orchard. Major paths are accessible, but much of the terrain is not.

For more information please contact ccfneducation@gmail.com

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