October Veg Club Field Trip: Fermentation Class at BARN

Turn the autumn harvest into delicious, healthy food for winter and beyond. Instructors will demonstrate successful, safe practices for making your own traditional, naturally-fermented sauerkraut and pickles. Join us in the amazing campus of Veg Club’s community partner, BARN  (Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network). When: October 11, 2022, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM Where: BARN Kitchen … More October Veg Club Field Trip: Fermentation Class at BARN

“What’s Up Bainbridge” Podcast Series Features Medical and Civilian Response Teams

For the final piece of the What’s Up Bainbridge six-part podcast series about Bainbridge Prepares, host Bob Ross interviewed a number of the organization’s leads charged with disaster response medical programs and teams. Joining Bob were Executive Director for Bainbridge Prepares, Loren Bast; Bainbridge Island Emergency Medical Responder (BIEMR) lead, Roxanne Corff; Medical Reserve Corps … More “What’s Up Bainbridge” Podcast Series Features Medical and Civilian Response Teams

“What’s Up Bainbridge” Podcast Featuring Bainbridge Prepares Focuses on Vulnerable Population Care

The latest episode of What’s Up Bainbridge has BCB host Bob Ross speaking with Bainbridge Prepares volunteers about caring for vulnerable populations and planning for access and functional needs for the elderly and domestic pets in a natural disaster situation. Reed Price, Rita Elsberry, Suzanne Ferguson and Yasuyo Sousa led a broad ranging discussion highlighting … More “What’s Up Bainbridge” Podcast Featuring Bainbridge Prepares Focuses on Vulnerable Population Care

Veg Club for Sept: Storing your Harvest in the Pantry, Garden, Fridge, Freezer, even Garage

Whether you grow them or buy them, you can keep many crops for weeks to months if they’re well stored. We’ll talk about how to protect fresh crops (even in the garden), as well as how to cure and store harvested ones like squash, and preserve others in the fridge, freezer, and pantry so you … More Veg Club for Sept: Storing your Harvest in the Pantry, Garden, Fridge, Freezer, even Garage