Posted by Jenny Hatch on July 16, 2012
Last night at the Louisville Rec Center our LDS Ward hosted a Food Storage Know How Class for our Community. We had three speakers and a Q & A after the lectures. I was happy to be included in the mix and had my husband video tape my thoughts to share here on my blog.
Most of my writings revolve around Self Reliant Mothering and this class was just an extension of all of my long term efforts to put the tools of Mothering into the hands of the women who are looking for them. Having a supply of basic food stuffs is one of the most effective and healthy things a family can do to further their own economic and health goals.
If you would like more information about Food Storage, please go to the Provident Living web site set up by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints to learn more. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Jenny Hatch on December 1, 2011
I taught my class last saturday here in our home. It was extremely stressful attempting to incorporate the multimedia webinar stream on the web, and so I was grateful that the only person who attended was my friend Helen. If I had had a houseful of strangers show up to be taught the fundamentals of Food Storage my head might have exploded. Ben had a meltdown just before class started and was refusing to leave with his Father, who had been asked to keep the nine year old and the dog busy for two hours while I taped, needless to say I was a frazzled mess when the class started, but I gave it my best shot.
Here is the link to the class online
About the Class
Self Reliance Enthusiast Jenny Hatch lectures for 90 minutes the Basics of Short and Long Term Food Storage. Read the rest of this entry »
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