Tuesday nights

Programs are rolling on fibre research!

urbanclothproject: Terroir

Lots of discovery and fun has been happening as we get things under way. Ideas are blossoming as fast as the gardens are growing- Spring is a good time to start a project.

Tracy shows us a hand-powered drill  that functions like a drop spindle Tracy shows us a hand-powered drill that functions like a drop spindle

All the beds are seeded, and many are sprouting

Katrina from EYA helps walk the flax seeds into the soil at the MOP bed Katrina from EYA helps walk the flax seeds into the soil at the MOP bed

Tracy and I do our first survey of the MOP native tree section, its great to rediscover plants I haven’t visited for a few seasons. This will be the first year we ever harvest or focus our energy on this area of the garden. Many plants trigger stories  for Tracy that she has heard from her elders, so she takes sample clippings of the ocean spray and Indian Plum.

 the Indian Plum pitch can be used for waterproofing, hmmm.. the Indian Plum pitch can be used for waterproofing, hmmm..

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