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Program Contact: Anna Kestell, Food Preservation/Safety Education Coordinator (509) 477-2195 • email@example.com
Food Preservation Hotline 509-477-2195
An educator can answer your questions about food safety and food preservation.
Late winter hours are 8am – 1pm Monday – Friday. Our Food Safety educator will return phone messages and emails when she is in the office.
Now is the time to plan for your summer crops and preserving.
Statewide Food Preservation/Safety Helpline
When the Spokane County educator is unavailable, please contact (509) 735-3551 or firstname.lastname@example.org
It is important to have your pressure gauge tested for accuracy each year.
Please complete and bring the following forms prior to coming in for your gauge check: Gauge Check Forms
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