Earn your green thumb by participating in the “Preserving the Spring Harvest” class taught at the Soil Born Farms American River Ranch in Rancho Cordova. Per Soilborn.org, “There are so many delicious and healthy ways to preserve your garden’s bounty in the spring. From pickles to kraut, kimchi to chutney, this hands-on class will teach you what you need to know to turn your winter and spring veggies into homemade products that add variety to your pantry and make delicious gifts, too!” Janet McDonald of The Good Stuff fresh and organic grocery store will instruct this Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op- and Soil Born Farms-hosted event. You can purchase tickets and register for the event at Sacfoodcoop.com or by calling (916) 868-6399. You can also obtain more information by visiting the Soil Born Farms website at Soilborn.org. Tickets are $35 or $30 for co-op owners and the class lasts for three hours from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.