Dye Plants | In-person class
July 16, 2022 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Many of the common colors and dyes used for our clothing are derived from plants. If you have ever wondered about this process, we will learn more about some of the plants that are used for natural dyes and discuss how to grow, harvest, process, and utilize them in your own textiles. This will be a workshop-style class, so be prepared to get your hands dirty!
This class will take place in person at the Huntsville Botanical Garden. All visitors, staff, and volunteers are asked to follow the recommendations of the CDC regarding face masks/coverings and social distancing. These recommendations may vary based on an individual’s circumstances, so individuals should refer to the CDC to determine what recommendations are applicable to them.
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About Sara Johnson:
Sara Johnson is a plant ecologist who is passionate about plant conservation, encouraging sustainable gardening practices, and using native plants in the landscape. She communicates her love for plants via social media @sylvatica_sara and in her free time, Sara loves to go on botanical adventures, get on the water in her canoe, hit the trails to go birding, and explore the outdoors.