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Canning and Mini CSA – Try It, You Might Like It

Canning Class. It is not too late to sign up for the Tuv Ha’Aretz/Red Wagon Organic Farm basic canning class. Join Mo McKenna as she teaches us a simple water bath canning technique that can be used to safely preserve high acid foods such as applesauce, tomatoes and pickled vegetables. The class will be held on Sunday, October 20th from 3:30-5:00 pm in the kitchen at St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church at 2425 Colorado Avenue. This class is free for Tuv Ha’Aretz Members and Red Wagon CSA Members and $7 for all others. All proceeds will be donated to Colorado Flood Relief Fund. See the attached flier for more details.

Mini CSA. Have you ever wanted to “try out” a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Program? Community Supported Agriculture is a great way to support our local Boulder County farmers while enjoying a weekly share of delicious fresh organic vegetables. Red Wagon Organic Farm is offering people the opportunity to try out a CSA share by joining their fall two week long “Mini-CSA.” To take advantage of this opportunity, you will need to act fast since this CSA runs for only two weeks and starts on October 22nd. You will have the option to pick up your vegetables at either Red Wagon Organic Farm (7694 N 63rd St.) or Google (2600) Pearl St. from 4-6pm on October 22nd and October 29th. Click here to sign up. If you have questions, contact boulderjewishcsa@gmail.com.TuvHaaretzFull

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