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Brad Fergusson
14:50
Hello All. Bred from just outside Nelson on unceded Sinixt Territory
bad karen
16:37
hi from powell riviera! on the shores of the Salish sea in the territory of the tla’amin nation
Jane Ross Sandiland
17:03
hi from salt spring island
Sheri Young
17:14
hi from castlegar
nikki bose
17:19
Hello From Kelowna, unceded Syilx territory
Megan Laveau
17:19
Big hello from Salmo!
Candace O'Neill
17:20
Hi from Vancouver- unceeded territory of the Musqueam peoples
Megan Mobbs
17:21
In Salmo BC
Roxanne Bergevin
17:29
Hello, I'm from Wainwright, Alberta
Eduardo
17:45
hello from Quw'utsun Territory, Duncan Vancouver Island.
Lisa Moore
18:21
hello from Revelstoke, Sinixt, Syilx, Secwepemc, and Ktunaxa territory
Patricia Steiner (she/her)
20:48
Hi - so great to be able to attend...from Vancouver - traditional and uncededterritory of the Coast Salish peoples, represented by the Musqueam, Squamish, Tseil wa'tuth as well as of the nations of our Surrey and New West offices, the Qayqayt and the Katzie , Kwantlen, Semiahmoo and Tsawwassen First Nation.
Katie McDonald (she/her)
21:49
Hello from Vancouver - the traditional territories of the səl̓ilwətaɁɬ təməxʷ (Tsleil-Waututh), Skwxwú7mesh-ulh Temíx̱w (Squamish), and S’ólh Téméxw (Stó:lō)
Angea W.
22:44
Jaimie you are doing a great job...so inspiring that you are sharing your knowledge with us!!
Brad Fergusson (He/His)
23:26
Totally agree @ Angea W.
Annette Annicchiarico
23:48
I wonder if there is a place like that in Victoria. Volunteer work in exchange for learning more about plants.
Megan Laveau
24:15
There is something similar in Nelson
Laura
25:59
What org do you think is similar @megan>
Megan Laveau
26:56
Who does the native species education? the seed exchange program? They offer fun programs to learn about plants and you can pick them up there, no?
Megan Laveau
27:32
Not the same idea, but it reminded of what we were just talking about
Laura
28:37
Oh I see, yes true thats similar :)
Megan Laveau
29:04
:)
Brad Fergusson (He/His)
40:27
what is retting?
Brad Fergusson (He/His)
41:41
Thank you!
monique_bond
42:04
Is there a power point that I can have of this presentation?
Laura
42:26
Yes, we can include the slides in the follow up email, as well as a copy of this recording
monique_bond
42:50
thank you very much
Eduardo
42:51
thank you so much - I was wondering myself. thank you!
bad karen
43:19
👏
Eduardo
44:53
you guys do such rad work!
Laura
45:05
I agree!!
Brad Fergusson (He/His)
45:17
Ditto!
Angea W.
45:20
Yes! Amazing!
dominique
46:11
So amazing!!
Megan Mobbs
47:49
Thank you for mentioning that!! I was once told that it is important to not 'pick' a plant unless it gives you consent. Utilizing and harvesting invasive species makes me feel better about that
Brad Fergusson (He/His)
48:00
Awesome! perfect way to relearn skills and connection and perhaps heal our relationships with the land, each, and our First Nations
Brad Fergusson (He/His)
48:24
*each other
Angea W.
53:08
Sounds great...motivating!
Danielle Levine
54:13
It sounds amazing. How can I sign up?
Brad Fergusson (He/His)
55:08
You can count me in. I am intending on starting a community garden where I live and this sounds brilliant
dominique
01:00:59
That's very clear instruction. Makes sense :)
bad karen
01:01:22
yes, very clear and a the video is good :)
Brad Fergusson (He/His)
01:01:38
Perfect explanation and we can see what you are doingç
Francesca Rosales
01:01:50
That is so cool!
Angea W.
01:02:01
Got it! Looks good!
Sheri Young
01:02:07
super cool!
Shelby
01:02:37
zill be picking dandelions as soon as I log off - your demo was perfectly clear.
Brad Fergusson (He/His)
01:03:15
So I will I, once the sun is lower.. got enough sun already today
dominique
01:03:59
We can hear it clearly. Super cool :)
Brad Fergusson (He/His)
01:04:41
Like a bananna
bad karen
01:06:39
do you separate the outer bark from the blackberry?
Sheri Young
01:06:49
beatuiful!
Sonya Wallace
01:08:14
what fiber was died with indigo??
Shelby
01:08:57
what is this last fibre with the dried can?
Shelby
01:09:04
cane...
Brad Fergusson (He/His)
01:09:24
dyed fibre was the question
Shelby
01:09:27
thank you
Katie McDonald (she/her)
01:09:33
I have to leave now, but thank you so much for sharing all your learnings and experimentation. Really really helpful and inspiring - very grateful :D
Laura
01:09:57
Thanks Katie, so glad you could make it :)
Brad Fergusson (He/His)
01:10:03
what fiber was died with indigo?
Gray Bones
01:10:44
can u show how to harvest dog bane cordage?
iPad (7)
01:11:14
will there be a video available after this? I had technical issues and was only able to join about an hour into this.
Laura
01:11:35
Yes, you will be sent an email with the recording and the slides included :)
Heather Michaud
01:11:48
Which of these fibres have you tried dyeing with natural dyes, including indigo?
Annette Annicchiarico
01:12:26
This is amazing thank you so much for sharing your learning and your connections to the eart
Dangerously Stoked
01:13:49
Your’re awesome!
Heather Michaud
01:13:58
Wonderful presentation. Thank you for sharing this knowledge and for future skill shares.
Sheri Young
01:13:59
fantastic! thank you so much! looking forward to learning with you :)
greg lamoureux
01:14:10
Are you talking about spreading dogbane Apocynum Apocynum cannabinum orcommon dogbane; Indianhemp)
Megan Laveau
01:14:30
What plants would you recommend to grow specifically for days and what parts do you harvest to do so?
C L
01:14:32
Is it possible to visit Trillium North Park at this moment?
Eduardo
01:14:32
Totally awesome thank you Jaymie! Is there another one of you in Cowichan Valley? :)
Brad Fergusson (He/His)
01:14:37
Thank you so much for sharing and I want to learn more as I let my lawn go to meadow the last few years and I am starting to do the inventory of what wanted to grow and what I want to remove
Danielle Levine
01:14:39
Thank you so much Jaymie and Laura
Angela W.
01:15:04
Excellent session. Thank you ! Feeling inspired!
Lisa Rezansoff
01:15:34
Thanks!
greg lamoureux
01:15:42
Fixing up my question:
greg lamoureux
01:15:46
Apocynum androsaemifolium L.spreading dogbane
nikki bose
01:15:50
thank you, very inspiring!
Lisa Rezansoff
01:16:17
Looking forward to creating with you sometime
Nancy Giron
01:16:28
This was great! Thank you
Brad Fergusson (He/His)
01:16:54
Thanks so much Jaymie for this and Laura for and the EcoSociety for organizing this!
Sandra Thomson
01:17:25
Thank you so much Jaymie, that was fabulous! Thanks for sharing your passion and knowledge :)
Katerina
01:19:08
how do I go to your next class
Eduardo
01:19:13
nice. very ethical and respectful. thank you
Brad Fergusson (He/His)
01:20:44
Very ethical and the way to create synergy between cultural knowledges of First Nations and Settlers.
Megan Laveau
01:21:32
Thank you!
Megan Laveau
01:21:38
It is a good start
bad karen
01:23:29
the woman in the comox valley is Tara Lee Houston
monique_bond
01:23:32
who is the author of the book?
monique_bond
01:23:43
Common Threads book
Laura, West Kootenay EcoSociety
01:23:50
Shannon Kallis is the author
dominique
01:24:29
Sharon Kallis
Brad Fergusson (He/His)
01:24:44
awesome!
Megan Laveau
01:24:45
Will your contact info be provided?
Megan Laveau
01:24:49
Too slow lol
Megan Laveau
01:25:10
Thank you!
Eduardo
01:25:14
Thanks Laura and EcoSociety for organizing this. So great. ANd thanks again Jaymie!
greg lamoureux
01:25:16
Thanks Jaymie Great Presentations! Love it!
greg lamoureux
01:25:26
Thanks Laura for hosting this event!
Candace O'Neill
01:25:26
This was amazing! Thank you so much!
monique_bond
01:25:28
Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge Jayme and Laura hosting
bad karen
01:25:30
great presentation! looking forward to more :)
Francesca Rosales
01:25:37
I would love to learn more! This was really inspirational and such a interesting way of looking at plant material for art. I work for a arts council on Vancouver Island and I think so many people would be interested! Looking forward to more information :)
Josh
01:25:38
This was awesome, thanks for sharing!!
Brad Fergusson (He/His)
01:25:43
Thanks!
Gray Bones
01:25:45
thank you!,,,
Jane Ross Sandiland
01:25:51
thank you so much Jaymie and Laura!
Laura, West Kootenay EcoSociety
01:25:51
www.ecosociety.ca
Kaitlyn Hendry
01:26:13
thanks for organizing this! very informative!
dominique
01:26:18
Wonderful, enthusiastic, and such knowledgeable presentation!! Thank you so much for sharing all of this with us!