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  • N.C. Cooperative Extension Health & Nutrition  – Making healthy choices isn’t always easy. North Carolina Cooperative Extension’s educators help people sort fact from fad, providing research-based programs that promote a lifetime of good health. Programs cover a broad spectrum, from pesticide safety to indoor air quality, from childhood nutrition and physical activity to heart-healthy eating and food safety.

Nutrition

Food Safety and Food Preservation

Summary of Key areas to address

  1. Site Selection – Learn the Site History (official and community knowledge)
  2. Hand washing – Soap and Clean Running Water and Dry with Single Use Towel or wear single use gloves to harvest
  3. Water – Use treated water source
  4. Compost – Put the bin as far from garden as possible on the downhill side of the garden – don’t use raw manure in compost, ensure compost is heated to 130 degrees for 5 days prior to using in the garden
  5. Animals – Fence animals out.
  6. Sanitation & Tools – use one use gloves to harvest, put harvest in clean, sanitized containers.

Dr. Ben Chapman, Benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu, Twitter @benjaminchapman