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Planting Your Garden for Preserving Your Harvest: Part 6

This article was written collaboratively by Lavonne Meyer and Mary Roduner.

Whether you call it the “gold rush of South Dakota” or “sweet corn season”, it means an import...

Altitudes

This article was written collaboratively by Lavonne Meyer and Jessica Becker.


Home canning is a very practical way to preserve extra food on hand or to preserve a food to enjoy year round. There ...

Pressure Canners

This article was written collaboratively by Lavonne Meyer and Jessica Becker.


Before the 1970’s pressure canners were heavy-walled kettles with clamp-on or turn-on lids. These pressure cann...