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FEEDBACK FRIDAY: Rust Belt Fibershed - Shared screen with speaker view
Marijke Bongers
17:44
and a dance group?
Kippian Inglis
17:57
YES to dancing!!
Sarah and Jess
20:02
woohoo!!!
France Poliquin
58:34
So where was the picture of the pipeline with dye coming out of it was taken. In my area we call this getting rid of the soup. (Big dye baths) manufactures, dye specialist. This needs to stop since the planet cannot manage this any longer.
Ginnie Hebert
59:26
Wow! I want to do a one year one garment project!
Lisa Hand
59:59
My letter to President. Biden as part of the Sierra Club initiative to promote awareness of climate stewardship. I’d like to include that idea into national curriculum
Suzanne Watzman
01:00:21
Do you teach full time along with all your other community activities?
Katie Smith
01:00:24
Your work with linen is so cool. Are you producing enough linen to make and sell a final product or are you supplementing your linen with purchased flax from Europe right now?
Neva Knott
01:00:26
I’m also a teacher and I love this disruption of the oh so broken system. I’ve been assigning a similar research project to my community college students…would love to talk more with Sarah and Jess.
brece honeycutt
01:00:49
May we please have the link for the episode of your podcast?
Laurie Lortz
01:00:50
can you show examples of Flax fiber and dye color? thanks!
Peter Gorse
01:01:43
ow did you prepare your land for flax fibre? No tilling? Mulching? Organic compost?
Sheryl Banak
01:01:51
Am originally from Erie, PA & so excited to learn about all of this in that area! 😁
Janice Wale
01:01:58
in your 250 miles do you do anything with fiber shed with southwest ontario
rickie seifried
01:02:21
Wonderful inclusion and expansion into education … as well as joining committee. brillant. Thank you !
Celeste Malvar-Stewart
01:02:39
Jess and Sarah, YOU ARE THE BEST!!!! Thank you for a fun and energetic presentation! You are spot on about the educational system! Your concept is greatly needed in our college system as well! I teach at the Columbus College of Art and Design and even fashion majors there don’t really get this “tangible model” of learning about fibre and natural dyes and how interconnected with are to it all!
Helen Kennedy
01:03:12
was the book Rewarbler?
Lynn Bachelder
01:03:40
the call of the reed warbler
Amy DuFault
01:03:51
Thanks Lynn!
Lynn Bachelder
01:04:06
by Charles massy
Lisa Hand
01:04:26
I definitely know a fantastic art teacher in Brighton, NY that would most likely connect with you.
Natalie Love
01:04:34
love this work! heal the weave heal our curiosity and heal our relationships!
Natalie Love
01:04:42
💕💕💕
Janet Patterson
01:04:42
Another incredibly inspiring presentation!
Neva Knott
01:04:48
My apologies for logging in late—I overslept
czarina den ouden lobo
01:04:49
Thanks for what you were saying about the kids and stewarding them. I am a homeschool mama with three boys who spin, grow falx, nettle etc... They are definitely very interested in how to live.
Teri Power
01:05:00
love your enthusiasm and passion. that’s what makes good teachers.
Robert Mccallum
01:05:05
Amazing! I’m glad I joined this.
Lynn Bachelder
01:05:06
A huge thank you!! this was fun and informative!
Constance Collins
01:05:06
Thank you, Jess and Sarah!
Cornelia Gilbert
01:05:25
Amazingly thoughtful presentation! Do we have a New England Fibershed?
Kathy Hattori
01:05:34
Is the Ohio area a historical flax growing area? What led you to choose flax?
Polly Furr
01:05:38
WOW! You guys are SO amazing - love the comprehensive and integrative nature of your work. You’ve done SO MUCH! Thank you.
Jeanne Hupprich
01:05:42
you give us so much hope for the future. Thank you!
Judy Saye-Willis
01:05:56
We have Three Rivers Fibershed in our area and as a Natural Dyer I have not been able to join. Any suggestions.
Cheryl Desjardin
01:05:59
So grateful for your presentation and what you do and your enthusiasm!
Barbara Sopjes
01:06:11
Wonderful! I appreciate the large scope of your work. Thank you!
Marijke Bongers
01:06:18
It is so good to hear this positive talk!!! I am connected with Extinction Rebellion, that is also so rewarding, to work with young people!
K Schneider
01:06:18
you both rock. thank you for amazing work
Teri Power
01:07:03
is there a national fibershed consortium? map? website?
Rachel Kahn
01:08:03
Thank you! Big Inspiration!Especially for community engagement!
Marijke Bongers
01:08:06
Do you know the linenproject in the Netherlands? They are looking to make the project into minimills
Natalie Love
01:08:14
i want to learn how to hand process flax and nettles and hemp!!! anyone can help with this?
Gika Rector
01:08:25
Are y’all familiar with Jennifer Garvey Berger and her book Simple Habits for Complex Times? She works a lot with systems thinking. Your work reminds me of her approach. Thanks for what you’re doing.
Rachel Kahn
01:08:28
When is your April Dye Workshop? Is it zoom?
Michelle Gannes
01:08:33
Teri Power: https://fibershed.org/
Helen Kennedy
01:08:55
oregon fibershed is working on flax. working with OSU
Neva Knott
01:09:02
Is there anything you know of to connect this work with bringing back textile manufacturing back to America?
Teri Power
01:09:06
thanks Michelle.
Kerstin Katko
01:09:20
I’m in the NJ Fibershed and hoping to get flax grown locally Hoping you’d speak on how you found so many people to commit to helping with the project-including land, and flax processing expertise?
Lynn Bachelder
01:09:36
I’m curious which plant fibers would be best for this application, for example the one year one outfit
Marijke Bongers
01:09:48
Another interesting artist to know is Susie Gillespie in the UK she grows her own linen and is a weaver. She has a great website
Michelle Gannes
01:10:03
SoCal Fibershed is working on SLO-Local year long project of using locally sourced materials to make textile projects. socalfibershed.org to see examples
Sue Malvern
01:10:39
Can you speak more about making eco clothes etc accessible, not an exclusive product for the wealthy?
Robert Mccallum
01:10:46
Thank you everyone for this!!!
Aleksandra Azbel
01:11:01
Here’s the link to the webinar: https://chicoflax.com
Lorraine Nielsen
01:11:09
Wonderful and inspiring presentation, Sarah and Jess! Thank you. Kathy and Amy for continuing these amazing presentations
Natalie Love
01:11:18
neva are you interested in building the textile industry locally? i invite you reach out ms.natlove@gmail
Sabrina Brazier
01:11:33
Thank you from the Pacific Northwest. I'm a middle school teacher that just started teaching natural dyes to my students.
Lisa Hand
01:11:39
Wonderful presentation!
Lynn Bachelder
01:11:43
we need a MAINE Fibershed!!!
Kristin Freeman
01:11:49
Thanks for a wonderful presentation that clearly showed how all topics of the Fibershed processes can intersect with public education
Neva Knott
01:12:12
To Celeste, let’s connect…I teach at Centralia College and am working in some of these ideas in my writing classes.
Debbie Bamford
01:12:18
Thank you so much, really interesting! Sorry to have to leave Deb
Kathy Hattori
01:12:40
And hello, PNWers, Botanical Colors is here in Seattle and has lots of information on natural dyes.
Elisa Kessler caporale
01:12:48
where is the NjJ fiberssherd
Amy DuFault
01:12:56
Fibershed Mother: https://fibershed.org/
Heather Lawrie
01:13:13
Upper Canada fibreshed covers 400 km radius of Toronto
Amy DuFault
01:13:21
If you go to this main Fibershed link you’ll see all the affiliates listed for your area!
Betsy MacIsaac
01:13:47
good source of flax seed?
KP Mills
01:14:09
Love the review of current generation of students. As a very recently retired teacher, I couldn't agree more! Love your work. Very inspiring!
Lynn Bachelder
01:14:24
Thanks!!
Angela Adams
01:14:30
Really inspiring. Thank you!
Judy Dominic
01:14:35
Thank you SOOOO much for your energy and info!
Martha Van Loon
01:14:38
Great enthusiasm with a directed wide goal!
Marijke Bongers
01:14:46
I loved this talk! I am so going to read all about you two!!!
kimm branch
01:14:47
fantastic! thank you
Georganne Alex
01:14:52
Thank you. Gratifying to hear about the young people going forward. Inspiring.
Neva Knott
01:14:59
Thanks, Natalie
Annette McPhail
01:15:11
Thank you, love the enthusiasm!
Diane Becker
01:15:21
super work.
brece honeycutt
01:15:23
Thank you so much. So inspiring to learn about the school programs and just setting up vats wherever you go. It brings people in. Can’t wait to hear your podcast. Cheers,
Carrole Blakeman
01:15:28
Thank you for your energetic presentation, love your ideas on circular systems and education. So important.
Katie Smith
01:15:30
This was so lovely Sarah and Jess--thank you so so much! I'm going to be thinking a lot about this!
Katie Smith
01:15:36
Thanks Kathy and Amy too!
Michelle Gannes
01:15:46
Thank you , this was wonderful . i'm so impressed with your enthusiasm and knowledge. keep up the great work
Gika Rector
01:15:46
Thanks, y’all! Awesome!
Kippian Inglis
01:15:48
Wonderful! Thanks to all!!
Cheryl Desjardin
01:15:48
Thank you Kathy and Amy as always! So grateful for you both!
Stacey Weir
01:15:56
Thank you so much ladies! Loved the presentation! If I lived near you, I’d help you grow the flax. WOW! Impressive! Need to check local to see if anyone is doing anything similiar.
Brenda MerrickHavlice
01:16:13
thank you!
Blythe Barbo
01:16:45
So wonderful to listen in on this discussion! I have been growing flax & nettles & kenaf - have not been too successful yet, though, in turning it into a fiber! Thank you for the inspiration. Excellent presentation!
Natalie Love
01:18:10
blythe!! please reach out to me to tell me about your challanges. i feel that your ‘failures’ can help me learn faster 🙏
Neva Knott
01:18:23
Kathy, the 1619 Podcast has a great episode about black farmers...
Amy DuFault
01:18:48
Neva can you put link here?
joan Harrison
01:19:21
Thank you!
Stacey Weir
01:19:22
Have a great weekend everyone!
Neva Knott
01:19:27
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/01/23/podcasts/1619-podcast.html
Katie Smith
01:19:55
ooohhhh so fancy!
Mary Jaeger
01:19:57
thank you! marvelous talk!
Angela Adams
01:20:05
Go Kathy!!!
Celeste Malvar-Stewart
01:20:08
Congrats Botanical Colors!
Michelle Gannes
01:20:09
hot stuff on Vogue
Natalie Love
01:20:09
for reaoi
Katie Smith
01:20:11
you were super models before...
Polly Furr
01:20:11
You are TOTALLY super models!
Cornelia Gilbert
01:20:24
Thank you for an inspirational, energizing presentation!!
Marijke Bongers
01:20:25
We are rolemodels, that is even better
kathy green
01:20:27
Amazing as always
Natalie Love
01:20:28
total superlkkk
Kippian Inglis
01:20:29
Ooh I GET that height issue!!
Kerstin Zurbrigg
01:20:31
Thank you so much for another inspiring talk and community gathering…so reviving…!
Denise Hixon
01:20:51
thank you!
Cathy Bickell
01:21:02
Great Program
Sharmon Lebby
01:21:02
Thank you!
Anette Rega
01:22:48
Thank you!!
Angela Adams
01:22:57
Just like a party indeed!
Nuñez-Langlois Norma
01:25:07
Thank you for a great presentation!
Aleksandra Azbel
01:26:25
Amy you look HAWT!