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2019 Sustainable Living Series

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ABOUT THE SERIES

The Sustainable Living Series, a program of N.C. Cooperative Extension in Mecklenburg County,  is designed for citizens who desire to increase knowledge of food literacy, gardening and food preparation skills through experiential learning. The integrated program is a collaboration of Mecklenburg Family and Consumer Sciences’ Local Foods program, Horticulture, and volunteers. For the past 7 years, the program has provided citizens with practical knowledge and sustainable practices to incorporate into their everyday life.

The series was awarded the Best of the Best Award by Charlotte Magazine for the “best way to learn a new skill”. From gardening to canning, the Sustainable Living Series connects families with nature, nutrition and sustainability in a practical and fun way!

2019 CLASS SCHEDULE

** All SLS classes will take place at the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Mecklenburg Center.
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PLANT PROPAGATION 
July 3 | 12 NOON | $28.50
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BASICS OF WATERBATH CANNING WITH JAMS & JELLIES
JULY 26 | 12 NOON | $23.50
* Space is limited and prerequisite required. Please see link for details.
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PRESSURE CANNING 
AUGUST 23 | 12 NOON | $23.50
* Space is limited and prerequisite required. Please see link for details.
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PESTICIDES: GOOD, BAD & UGLY
AUGUST 28 | 12 NOON | $12.50
Register

We are proud to announce our new Food+City EduFest…

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The Food+City EduFest is an experiential learning opportunity that is a part of the Sustainable Living Series. The event gives citizens to tools to learn urban-friendly gardening techniques, food hacks for healthy living, and information about the food system.

The Food+City EduFest includes the option of 3 great breakout sessions, which are available in the registration options. Participants will have an opportunity to learn skills that can be applied immediately for a more healthy and sustainable lifestyle. 

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For additional information about the Sustainable Living Series, please contact the Mecklenburg Cooperative Extension Office at 704.336.2082 or kristin_davis@ncsu.edu.



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Kristin Davis, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionKristin DavisExtension Agent, Local Foods / Family and Consumer Sciences Call Kristin Email Kristin N.C. Cooperative Extension, Mecklenburg County Center
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