If you are looking to learn more about root cellars and extended season gardening, you might want to check out the workshops on Saturday offered as part of the Interfaity Sustainability weekend at the Portsmouth Public Library.
An article in the Portsmouth Herald details the background of the group and provides more details about the planned events.
Friday, Oct. 17
7 p.m.: “The Slow Food Movement: International and Local Perspectives,” Dover Friends Meeting House, 141 Central Ave., Dover, with John Jemison, University o Maine Cooperative Extension, and representatives of Slow Food Seacoast and Seacoast Eat Local.
Saturday, Oct. 18
1-4 p.m. :”Putting Food By” workshops on preserving food, root cellars, extended-season gardening and community gardens, Portsmouth Public Library.
Sunday, Oct. 19
10 a.m.: “Sustainability and Faith” joint service presented by Rev. Roberta Finkelstein and Rabbi David Mark, South Church, Portsmouth.