Over the past 15 years, there has been a resurgence of public interest in home food preservation as well as development of new ways to access information. Ensuring that Extension educators and consumers have ready access to research-based information is essential to keeping food safe. This article describes how to disseminate information on safe home food preservation using a robust menu of technology-based tools. Extension educators are encouraged to use such an approach with their educational programs to continue to reach diverse audiences and stay relevant in this age of information technology while reducing death and illness associated with improperly preserved foods.
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Johnson, T., Case, P., Hyde, G., Kershaw, N., & Kraemer, L. (2018). Food Preservation: Using Technology-Based Tools to Reach Diverse Audiences. The Journal of Extension, 56(3), Article 16. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol56/iss3/16