In small groups of up to 12 students, these weekly classes blend open-ended nature exploration and farm life with science inquiry. Each week time will be spent outdoors in the forest and on the farm, practicing homesteading skills such as outdoor cooking and carding wool, organic gardening and animal care while also learning about forest ecology and environmental stewardship.
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This class is held at the Stitchin’ Post in beautiful Sisters, Oregon!
This class is held at the Stitchin’ Post in beautiful Sisters, Oregon.
Learn to create beautiful nature-inspired textiles using natural dyes and real leaves! Participants in this workshop will learn two ways of combining natural dyes with botanical printing, also called eco-printing - the art of creating permanent leaf prints using only the natural pigments in the leaves themselves. We will use natural cochineal dye and learn to use modifiers to shift the color from hues of pink to deep purple.
Participants will create two silk scarves as well as two similar lengths of cotton fabric that can be used in future sewing projects.
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120+ Professional ArtistsStudent artFree Art Activities for kidsFace PaintingFood TrucksFun! March 9, 2019 Saturday 10-5March 10, 2019 Sunday 11-4
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Come experience the unique blend of forest and farm that our property provides with your child! This 3 hour program includes art, stories, animal visits and outdoor activities.
We love the rain because it helps our forest stay lush and green! We’ll explore where the water goes in this wet season. Rain or shine, we will explore our seasonal creek, use natural materials to paint with watercolors, and make our own boats!
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