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Master Food Preserver classes
Tuesday 17 April 2018, 09:15am - 01:00pm
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Interested in food preservation? Become a Master Food Preserver!

The WSU Master Food Preserver (MFP) program is a volunteer outreach program designed to bring research-based education to the public. Volunteers serve in partnership with the local community, functioning as an unpaid employee of Washington State University.

Specifically, the Master Food Preserver volunteers:
- Assist county and state Extension faculty by answering food safety/preservation inquiries. There has been an increased interest in food safety/preservation in the past few years, and the extra help is critical to our success.
- Staff information booths and present demonstrations at the local Farmer’s Markets, Benton-Franklin County Fair, CSA’s, local festivals and/or produce stands.
- Assist the county office staff with distribution of food safety/preservation materials.

Visit to learn more.

Application deadline for the 2018 MFP program is April 17, 2018!






Location 7102 W Okanogan Place, Suite 102, Kennewick