UCCE Master Food Preservers of Sacramento County
Who We Are & What We Do
We teach food preservation & food safety.
Get your preserving on! The Master Food Preservers of Sacramento County are here to help you understand how easy it is to can, pickle, ferment, dehydrate and freeze food safely at home using reliable, tested methods.
Fun and affordable classes - learn step-by-step methods to preserve food at home:
- Boiling water bath and steam canning
- Pressure canning
Come out and join us - see our current class schedule here.
Master Food Preservers volunteers are trained and experienced resources, certified by the University of California to give demonstrations at the Branch Center and participate in farmers' markets, community festivals, and other county events.
The program is a public service of the University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, administered locally by the UC Cooperative Extension office of Sacramento County.
MFP Training Starts Soon!
Want to become a certified UCCE Master Food Preserver in Sacramento County?
Want to teach our community how to safely preserve food at home?
Volunteer applications being accepted now. Get the details ....
Download a printable copy of our 2016 Demonstration Schedule (PDF). Click on the class titles listed below for more information and to get an Event Reminder for the classes you'd like to attend.
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Sign up to receive email reminders about upcoming MFP demonstrations and events—email email@example.com with "Sac MFP Email Signup" either in the subject line or body of the email.