Pertinent Preservation Particulars
Volunteer Recruitment and Open House 2020
Are you passionate about local produce, preserving foods, educating others, and meeting your neighbors? By becoming a UC Master Food Preserver, you will serve as an agent of UC Cooperative Extension office to answer food preservation questions, teach public classes, and participate in other community events. We will be offering a 10-week, 40-hour volunteer certification training beginning March 4, 2020. For those interested in receiving more information about the program, we will be hosting an Open House on January 16, 2020 from 3-6pm at the UCCE Auditorium located at 2156 Sierra Way, San Luis Obispo For more information contact the Program Coordinator, Dayna Ravalin by e-mail or phone: (805) 781-5944.
Bringing research of the University to the community.
UC Cooperative Extension is a department within the County of San Luis Obispo. Cooperative Extension is the local link to research, information, and expertise for the University of California. Instead of teaching students in classrooms, Cooperative Extension advisors and staff work directly with people in San Luis Obispo County. Since 1922, when the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors officially established a partnership with Cooperative Extension, we have been part of a nationwide network of educators and scientists who use education to help local people solve problems.