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Preserving the Harvest
September 28, 2021 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
This talk and demonstration by OHS member and Master Gardener Rebecca Last will describe ways to preserve the harvest. It will cover drying (drying herbs; dehydration of fruits and vegetables); cooking; canning (preserves – jams, jellies, chutneys); vinegars; freezing; and curing.
Rebecca has been gardening on and off since age 8, and has been a member of Master Gardeners of Ottawa-Carleton since 2005. Her small suburban garden is certified by the Canadian Wildlife Federation as wildlife habitat. Rebecca grows a dozen or more varieties of heritage tomatoes every year. Her garden design includes elements of permaculture and she has been honoured to receive several awards from the Ontario horticulture community. Rebecca’s gardening addiction is enabled by her loving husband Richard and a collection of very spoiled rescue cats.
This presentation will be a free Webinar. There is no registration required. Please consider supporting the future activities of the OHS through renewing your membership, joining for $15/yr, or through a donation, at https://ottawahort.org
How to view the presentation:
To join the presentation, please click on the YouTube link to go to the OHS YouTube Channel. To simply watch the presentation there is nothing else you need to do. The presentation will also be recorded and available at this link afterwards. The easiest way to find the channel is using the link; if you are on YouTube and do a search please use Ottawa Horticultural Society (we aren’t the only ones that use OHS as an acronym!).
Starting the video:
Once you are on the site, you must click on the rectangle of the video to start watching. Until 7:30 you will see a screen that says the presentation will begin at 7:30 p.m., so please be patient.