Urban Harvest Online Workshop Registration Form
About Urban Harvest:
The Urban Harvest Program is a collaborative project with the City of Toronto and Black Creek Community Farm, supported by FoodShare, to help reduce food waste through food redistribution and preservation workshops.
Our preservation and cooking workshops are normally held in person at four community kitchen sites in the Jane and Finch neighborhood, but due to the current social distancing measures, we are hosting it online. Please fill out the form so we can get to know you better.
Please indicate the ages of family members who are participating. Children are welcome to join.
Youth (under 15)
Youth (15 - 24)
Adults (25 - 54)
Older adults (55 - 64)
Seniors (65 +)
Which topics are you interested in?
Please check all that apply.
Canning: using hot water bath to can and seal tomato sauce, jams and pickles in jars
Preservation: freezing, dehydration, pickling, making jams, chutneys
Fermentation: making sauerkraut, fermented vegetables
Cooking: using pantry items, from the fridge, batch cooking, cooking on a budget
All of the above options
What device do you have to access the online workshop?
Do you want to be added to the Black Creek Community Farm newsletter subscription list?
Permission: Use of photographs
During the online workshop, we will be recording the sessions to upload it later to our website and other purposes. "I hereby grant Black Creek Community Farm (BCCF) and its partner organizations (e.g. TRCA, FoodShare) permission to photograph and/or record me and to use these materials to promote the project through the media of print, television, film, radio, and other forms of electronic media (including its official website and social media accounts online. I further waive any remuneration for use of material recorded for this purpose, and I understand these materials remain the property of BCCF."
I do not agree
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