Transforming Textiles Sustainably with Resident Artist, Patricia Powell Kessler Museum Member: $190, Non-Member: $225 Materials Fee: $50 paid direct to artist On Day One, beginners and experienced artists will find safe sources of color and pattern from materials locally sourced in woods, fields and gardens. We will begin with an overview of how to prepare
Transforming Textiles Sustainably with Resident Artist, Patricia Powell Kessler Museum Member: $90, Non-Member: $100 Materials Fee: $30 paid direct to artist Experienced textile artists and newbies are invited to explore readily available sources of color from our environment. Surprising hues can be obtained by processing roots, leaves, bark and flowers. Beginners and advanced artists are
Transforming Textiles Sustainably with Resident Artist, Patricia Powell Kessler Museum Member: $90, Non-Member: $100 Materials Fee: $30 paid direct to artist Beginners and experienced artists will discover sustainable (and safe) sources of color for creating a natural palette with supplies sourced from common kitchen items. The workshop will begin with an overview of how to
Calling all landscapers, lawn care pros, garden caretakers, park and land trust managers, landscape architects, educators, gardeners, and anyone else who is interested in learning how to care for properties without toxic materials! This January, the Northeast Organic Farming Association is hosting an accreditation course in Organic Land Care. Using the most recent 6th (2017)
Don’t miss out on the rain garden and conservation landscaping training hosted by the County’s RainScapes program. This class, held only once or twice a year, is an opportunity to learn how to use landscaping techniques and native plants to absorb and reduce stormwater. Build a beautiful landscape for your property that also helps protect the environment!
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