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Category Archives: Food
Today the Idaho Press Tribune ran a front page article about community gardens. The story featured the new 15th Avenue Garden and referenced the Trinity Community Gardens master gardeners who have helped start numerous community gardens throughout the Treasure Valley. … Continue reading
Limited Enrollment August 21, 28 & Sept. 4 6-9pm Home Canning Made Easy Hands-On Pressure Canning Freezing Please plan to attend ALL THREE classes. Total cost is $35.00 (scholarships available) Registration Form
Almighty God, we thank you for making the earth fruitful, so that it might produce what is needed for life: Bless those who work in the fields; give us seasonable weather; and grant that we may all share the fruits … Continue reading
Last month a group of about 25 people drove around Nampa in buses and cars and blessed six community gardens. This outing began last winter, probably about the time our master gardeners were planting their seedlings. I finally got around … Continue reading
Yesterday the 2013 gleaning season for Trinity Community Gardens came to an end. When you reap the harvest of your land, you shall not reap to the very edges of your field, or gather the gleanings of your harvest; … Continue reading
Here it is, the latest ELCA World Hunger appeal letter, featuring Trinity Lutheran Church and Univ of Idaho Canyon County Extension:
by Diane Helton No one was more surprised than I when I signed up to take a class last spring from the University of Idaho Extension office to become a Master Food Preserver. Friends and family know I haven’t gardened, … Continue reading
Last night was the final class in our Home Food Preservation Workshop. We learned about freezing produce and we TASTED samples from all three classes.
Our Home Food Preservation Workshop continues, in partnership with Univ. of ID Extension. Last night’s class included lectures, lots of prep time, and waiting for our pressure-canners to heat up and cool down.