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Learn to Make Jams/Jelly on Mini-Farm

Learn to Make Jams/Jelly on Mini-Farm

Duration:1.5 hours total
Includes:Food, drinks, and equipment
Languages:Offered in English
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About your host

Tina has been called a combination of Pocahontas, Laura Ingalls and Martha Stewart all wrapped into one. As an artist she creates whimsical, inspirational and colorful art. As an instructor/homesteading blogger she simplifies her subjects on creative living making it easy to learn and use as a lifetime tool to create a simply abundant life. Follow Tina or see her creations Tina’s blog on Simply…

What we’ll do

What fun you will have as you learn to make two kinds of jam/jelly with produce from the homestead. The kind will depend on what is seasonally growing. You will learn the basics of water bath canning to preserve your jams and jellies. This skill is important to learn to preserve food without refrigeration. It tastes delicious and is a great gift for the holidays too! Weather permitting - we will…

What else you should know

Wear walkable shoes and clothes that can get dirty.

What I’ll provide

Baked goods
Teas and fruit waters
All supplies included.

What to bring

Dress in comfortable shoes and clothing. It will be outside(weather permitting).
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Where you'll be

We will make the jams in the garden - surrounded by vegetables, fruits and berries (weather permitting). We will keep our eyes out for the resident bald eagles flying overhead. The grounds were once a stable and paddock of the Wendt estate on Lake Erie in Derby. This natural land has had no pesticides sprayed. No farm animals available - just gardens. This is my Artsy Garden!

Things to keep in mind

Dietary preferences

If requested, the host can accommodate the dietary needs listed. You must let the host know before the experience if you’d like an accommodation.

Cancellation policy

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Communication policy

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Guest requirements

Up to 10 guests ages 14 and up can attend. It’s up to each guest to understand the ingredients being used and communicate any allergies or dietary restrictions to the host. Guests should also consider that consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry,…

Government ID

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Learn to Make Jams/Jelly on Mini-Farm
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