Health and food preservation cooked up for late July

Sarah Lewis from the University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service will return to Wrangell July 27-29 to teach more health and food preservation classes for free.

Lewis, based in Juneau, will travel on her family’s boat, the Pacific Sapphire, to visit nine communities in Southeast Alaska during the month to teach a variety of home skills and food preservation classes. “More reliable than the ferry and less expensive than flying,” she said.

The Wrangell classes are a collaboration with the federal Tribes Extension Program, 4-H, the Wrangell Cooperative Association and SEARHC.



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