Veteran Virtual Workshop: Foraging for Color

Baskets containing foraged flowers for dying fabric.Come learn about foraging and cultivating dye plants with Sarah Gotowka of Luna Fiber Studio. In this packed 90 minute workshop, Sarah will discuss her successes and (many) failures with dye plants of the North Eastern United States. She will also provide in depth instructions on how to optimally grow several varieties that she has whittled down as her “mainstays,” including but not limited to Korean indigo, madder root, and orange cosmos.  

When: Saturday, July 15, 2023 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

The zoom link will be sent in a separate email closer to the event date.

If you are retired from Cornell University or Cooperative Extension, please select your former appointment.
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Sarah Bassman

Sarah joined the Small Farms Program at the end of 2022 as an Extension Aide tasked with providing administrative, logistical and overall support of the program’s expanding needs.
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