Are you an at-home cheese maker looking to advance your skills? Curious about how to make different types of cheese? Come to Weld County Extension’s Cheese Making 102 workshop on Saturday, October 27th. The class will be held at The Weld County Extension Office, Island Grove Regional Park, Exhibition Building (2nd Floor) in Greeley from 8:00a.m. until noon. You’ll learn about advanced cheese making methods such as aging, cheese cultures and surface treatments. The class will include a hands-on component where you’ll learn how to stretch and knot mozzarella. There will also as a guided tasting of local cheeses!
Speakers include cheese maker, Ripley Casdorph, CSU Graduate Student and Cheese Specialist, Caitlin Clark and Family & Consumer Sciences Extension Agent, Amber Webb. Registration is $25/person and limited to 20 participants. For more information or to register online, go to www.weldextension.com, then click on local and regional programs or contact Amber Webb at Weld County Extension, 970-400-2081, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Written and submitted to The BARN by:
Weld County Extension Agent, Family & Consumer Sciences
525 North 15th Avenue
Greeley, Co 80631