Join Theresa Wollenstein for an interactive and family-friendly workshop, where you'll embark on a colorful journey into the art of natural dyeing. Discover the magic of transforming everyday food scraps into vibrant dyes for your clothes or yarn. Embrace the joy of experimentation and happy accidents as you create unique works of art that truly reflect your own personal style. Get ready to dive into the world of natural dyes and resists, and unlock your creativity in a fun and sustainable way.
This workshop is LA Compost's first workshop of a four part series, "Falling for Flavor," led by Black Women for Wellness. Through "Falling for Flavor" you will explore the world of seasonal herbs and spices that shine during the fall season. From warm and comforting dishes to creative twists on classic recipes, this series will showcase how to make the most of the autumn harvest.
Black Women for Wellness (BWW) strives to create more space for conversations around food access, food justice and food equity across Los Angeles while highlighting the cultural relevance of the foods communities enjoy together. BWW organizes food distributions to bring nutrient dense foods to food deserts in Los Angeles as well as provides services to increase accessibility to affordable health care services.
Cottonwood Urban Farm