Health, Home, & Family Development News
Julie Cascio is the coordinator for the Health, Home and Family Development (HHFD) program in the Mat-Su/Copper River District. HHFD offers many programs that provide knowledge and skills for the optimal well-being of families and individuals. Specifically, we offer information on food safety and preservation, nutrition, financial management, home management, household equipment, family relationships, consumerism, and leadership skills.
Interested in our classes?
If you think you are interested in any of our classes, sign up on the Mat-Su/Copper River District Health, Home and Family Development Class Interest List. You will be notified of any future classes in the Mat-Su/Copper River area.
Fish Preservation Classes
Tuesday, June 4 and 11th, 2013
SMOKING FISH~~CLASS IS FULL~~
Cold and hot smoking, brining, developing a pellicle, food safety considerations for smoking fish will be discussed in this class.
Tuesday, June 4, 6 - 8 p.m.
Learn to process fish in jars in this hands-on class.
Tuesday, June 11, 1 - 4 p.m.
Class is repeated at 6 - 9 p.m.
Cost: $15. Advance registration
requested. Class size is limited to 16
Register & pay online here.
Classes held at the Cooperative Extension office in Palmer