The wheel of CFPA has four spokes: 
Access, Education, Support, and Community. 

In our view Education can take many forms, from brief instructions on using a canner to a group canning party.   In cooperation with other like-intended organizations, CFPA brings quality programs and opportunities around the sustainable food home preservation to the greater Pierce County community.

Our schedule is posted here, and updated weekly.

Classes are casual. One or more of our instructors will demonstrate a canning technique and one or more tools while making a great preserve, pickle, or share other great recipes.   Hands-on participants will get to take home some of the finished product.
  •  The number of participants for hands-on in a class are limited, so early registration is recommended
  • Individual registration instructions vary, and are posted here for each event.    All are welcome to observe.
  • Most canning parties are offered free with a suggested donation to defray program costs and scholarships, but various events differ so be sure to check the event listing for registration specifics.
  • For some classes you may be asked to provide a few canning supplies like jars and lids.  If you need assistance to provide these supplies, let us know when you register.

Looking for dates and registration on Preservin' for the Hungry?  Find them on our new SUPPORT Page

Questions? Need more Information?  CONTACT US

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