Credits

The So Easy to Preserve videos are an Mfocus Consulting production for

The University of Georgia
Cooperative Extension Service
Department of Foods & Nutrition
College of Family & Consumer Sciences

Produced & Directed by
Bob Molleur

Technical Adviser
Elizabeth L. Andress, PhD
Professor & Extension Food Safety Specialist
The University of Georgia
Director, National Center for Home Food Processing and Preservation
Special Thanks to

The Westye Group Southeast

Braswells

Calyee

Mt. Olive

Written by
Athalie White
Ann Ford
Elizabeth L. Andress, PhD
Judy A. Harrison, PhD

Show Hosts
John J. Cornetta
Maureen Petrosky

Studio Kitchen Assistants
Judy A. Harrison, PhD
Professor & Extension Food Safety Specialist
The University of Georgia


Allison M. Oesterle
Educational Program Assistant
The University of Georgia


Joann Banks
EFNEP Field Specialist
The University of Georgia


Elaine M. D'sa, PhD
Research Coordinator
The University of Georgia

Videographers
John Godwin
George Foster
Bob Molleur

Production Assistants
Stewart McAlpine
Athalie White

Music Composed & Performed by
Mark Maxwell
Maxwell Sound Recording Studio
Athens, Georgia

Graphic Design & Animation by
EdFordDesign.com

Edited by
George Foster

Additional special appreciation is extended to the following who volunteered their time to assist us with location shooting:
Diane Metz, Extension Nutrition, Family and Consumer Sciences Advisor, and Mario Moratorio, Small Farms Advisor, both with the University of California Cooperative Extension, and Pearl Eddy, Master Food Preserver, Solano County, California.

Additional photography credits:
1) Photomicrograph of Clostridium botulinum bacteria. Provided by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA.
2) Video of Growth & Division of Budding Yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae). © P.G. Meaden, author. Licensed for use, ASM MicrobeLibrary

This material is based on work supported by the Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture, under Agreement No. 00-5111-9762.

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