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FEEDBACK FRIDAY: Ethnobotany + Natural Dyes (People, Plants, and Color) with Deepa Preeti Natarajan - Shared screen with speaker view
Amy DuFault
01:02:58
Type in questions here!
Michelle Glass
01:03:04
love your holistic approach to natural dyes
Gretchen Laise
01:03:21
I’m hoping you can share a few stories of how plants are used for dye in different locations in the world — stories that you’ve been able to learn through your ethnobotany studies that we might not have heard.
Geeta Maker-Clark
01:03:22
Can we get the recording?
laurie palmer
01:03:32
still curious: what are the ten plants for color that you wrote about?
Uthra Rajgopal
01:03:40
HI Deepa, great talk! Have you ever had a chance to look into the Bengal Famine caused by forced indigo planting in Bengal under the East India Company?
Lisa Greene
01:03:45
really inspired by your curiosity and intentionality!
Norma
01:04:07
Beautiful presentation! have you ever dyed with false indigo plant?
Barbara Jones
01:04:07
when you were in England did you visit the Chelsea Physic Garden.A wonderful oasis in the city. There is a small but
Patricia Massie
01:04:10
what are you doing in Portland?
czarina den ouden lobo
01:04:18
So much inspiration. Thank you so much.
Barbara Jones
01:04:20
lovely dye garden.
Marijke Bongers
01:04:22
really curious about the ayurvastra, the healing cloth and the research you did in Kerala
joan Harrison
01:04:22
Deepa, are you staying in Oregon or going back to the Bay Area? Can you share your contact information?
Amy DuFault
01:04:49
Deepa’s blog: http://www.plantspeople.org/
Suzanne Watzman
01:05:03
Which plants have you found easiest to grow- though we are in the Northeast? AND which sunflower seeds give good color- they grow well in New England.
Barbara Jones
01:05:03
many thanks for a wonderful and inspirational talk. Barbara in LA
Peggy Dlugos
01:05:14
thank you! beautiful presentation!
Robin Seloover
01:05:14
what a profound series of connections that you are making — thank you for your deep inquiry!
Peggy Orenstein
01:05:35
Thank you, Deepa, such a great talk! Have you explored dyeing with mushrooms or lichen at all? Apparently mushrooms are being reclassified as being closer to humans than many plants!!
Asia Wright
01:05:39
Thank you!! This was so wonderful
Dawni Gladish
01:05:49
Please include the name and if possible Contact info foe the Chemist shown in the slide, Thanks.
Tatiana Verdon
01:05:59
Great talk. Can you speak about Morocco? What natural dyes did you see / work with? Have you done extensive indigo work in India?
Judy Dominic
01:06:06
Love your focus! Thank you!
Neva Knott
01:06:07
I am so inspired…I have been thinking about this theme for about a decade.
Peggy Orenstein
01:06:10
Love the thoughts on goals!!!
Judy Smith
01:06:15
email again please
Barb Kobabe
01:06:19
One of the first few slides had a picture of something like egg shells or clam shells. What are they really?
Celeste Malvar-Stewart
01:06:22
Thank you Deepa for mentioning your experience in questioning why we use natural dyes …it’s been something I’ve been thinking about so much in the past year…I’ve been growing my own various natural dye plants and just focusing on my relationship with them. I’d love to hear more about your thoughts on that hopefully in the near future! Thank you for your inspiring presentation!
Neva Knott
01:06:22
Deepa, do you still live in Oregon? If you, I’d love to meet you :)
Martha Gelnaw
01:06:24
Amazing. Very grateful for your inspiration.
Stephanie Stimmler
01:06:39
Do you have experience working with lichens? If so, do you know which ones are non-toxic and safe to use?
Gale Slagle
01:06:51
there is a short article about Deepa in Flora (winter 2021) this is the journal for the California Native Plant society.
Erica Iseminger
01:06:52
Thank you for a fabulous lecture that is close to my heart as a gardener/dyer and plant lover.
Deane Bowers
01:07:01
Thank you so much! A great talk!
kathy green
01:07:02
Inspiring sometimes I wish I did not live at 9000 feet where it is hard ti grow plants
Helen Kennedy
01:07:14
fantastic and an inspiration. Deepa have you moved to Portland? what neighborhood are you in?
Rachel Kahn
01:07:14
Beautiful and inspirational presentation. Thank you for sharing from your heart and experience!Rachel Kahn, Vermont
sarah lehrich
01:07:27
Thank you for a wonderful presentation. I noticed lavender in one of your photos. Have you used dried lavender buds as a dye?
Elise Ordorica
01:07:48
You mentioned medicinal dyes can you speak more about this please?
Margarida Vasconcelos
01:07:59
Thank you so much for the beautiful and inspiring presentation. It would be great to have a digital version of your book. Do you remember the name of the fern that accumulates alum? I am trying to find out more about plant-base mordants. Thank you so much
Debbie Bamford
01:08:14
Thank you Deepa, that was really interesting.
Valeska Populoh
01:08:15
Thank you so much for these Friday sessions and for this wonderful presentation! Some of my Introduction to Fiber students at MICA are on the call! Glad to connect with this natural dye community!
Kate Tatum
01:08:15
i think chaste tree is VITEX
Polly Furr
01:08:16
Is this tree Vitus agnus-castus?
Susan Akins
01:08:32
yes
Polly Furr
01:08:38
yes, Vitex
Abigail Doan
01:09:56
Deepa! Always so inspiring. Thank you for all of your phenomenal research and community projects. I love the past exhibition with the dye plants installed as is, in the gallery space. Thank you for all that you do and preserve.
Fleming Jeffries
01:09:58
Wonderful and inspiring talk, Thank you Deepa!
elena Phipps
01:10:15
Thank you so much-- beautiful talk and hope to talk with you soon.
Tina Limpert
01:10:58
Thank you, Deepa. I appreciate the idea of approaching natural dye with intention and a focus on culture, context, history, joy and our own place in the process. Thank you Amy and Kathy! See you next week.
Polly Furr
01:11:29
yes, let symbolism speak with what we wear! thank you
patricia kessler
01:11:31
So brilliant!
Noelle Guetti
01:11:42
Thank you so much for this inspiring talk, Deepa! “Technical skills follow love”: thank you for this. Much appreciation for all you’ve shared! (Tilke Elkins here, watching with Noelle :) ) And yes thank you Kathy & Amy for hero-ing on!!
Catharine Ellis
01:11:58
So great to see you, again Deepa! Wonderful talk
Georganne Alex
01:12:51
Thank you! I gained a lot new information.
Marjorie Goodwin
01:13:06
So appreciate your perspective on plants and your deep involvement in the cultures of people interacting with plants.. the anthropological approach is very much appreciated!!
Marijke Bongers
01:13:14
thank you so much for sharing your life with plants.
Pamela Feldman
01:13:38
Also, Miriam Rice's four books on mushroom dyeing.
Barbara Madley
01:15:18
Hi Deepa, Thank you for a great talk! In your travels in India did you come across Ficus being used as dye?
kathryn gauldin
01:15:31
thank you!!
Barb Kobabe
01:15:49
Thank you!
Lynne Swearingen
01:15:55
Wonderful inspiring presentation, thank you!
joan Harrison
01:15:56
An AMAZING presentation….thank you so much!
Neva Knott
01:16:11
Deepa, I love the way you think!
Karthika Audinet
01:16:12
Thanks for this interesting talk.
Cheryl Desjardin
01:16:21
Fabulous presentation! Grateful!
Anita Fleming
01:16:22
What a wonderful presentation. Thank you!!
Nancy Beaumont
01:16:25
thank you so much, fascinating Deepa
Kristin Freeman
01:16:25
Thank you for an interesting and informative presentation
Gika Rector
01:16:33
Thanks. Great talk!
Tatiana Verdon
01:16:38
thank you for your wonderful talk
Carrole Blakeman
01:16:49
Wonderful presentation, thank you
Geeta Maker-Clark
01:16:50
Deepa!!! I just saw that you worked at jagaran jan vikas samiti….so did I way back in the day!!!
Neva Knott
01:16:54
Doll making, so fun!!!!!!
Sarah Pringle
01:17:01
Many thanks, another great hour of information!
Susan Akins
01:17:03
Thought-provking talk—thank you!
Barbara Sopjes
01:17:07
So inspiring Deepa ! Thank you
Peggy Orenstein
01:17:11
THANK YOU DEEPA!
Laurie Jones
01:17:31
Thank you! your passion is contagious!
Annette
01:17:57
Thank you so much, inspiring!
Mansi Shouche
01:17:59
Thank you! a very inspiring and grounding talk. your photos took me back to the flower markets in Mumbai . on a larger note, your holistic approach is very very inspiring !THANK YOY
Kerstin Katko
01:18:03
Thank you! 💕 Your love of plants is infectious!🌿
Stacey Weir
01:18:15
Deepa- so inspiring!!! I have your book, “10 Plants for Color” :) from the nursery(across from Monterey Market) when you did a demo. Thank you!
Katie Smith
01:18:21
Thank you Deepa—this was very introspective for me and I really appreciate not only what you do but how you presented this so openly and organically! Thanks!
Phuong Nguyen
01:18:51
Thank you, Deepa, for sharing your knowledge and passion with us!
Robin Seloover
01:18:53
thank you, Deepa — amazing!
Katie Smith
01:18:56
Thanks Kathy and Amy!
Robin Seloover
01:19:03
abd Kathy and Ann!!
Zaharah Shine
01:19:06
Thank you
Shaw-Jiun Wang
01:19:08
thank you!!!
Marina Contro
01:19:10
thank you!!
Jasmine Cindy
01:19:12
Thank you thank you!
Baylor Chapman
01:19:20
WONDERFUL. Thank you so much!
Stacey Weir
01:19:25
Totally awesome Ladies! Thanks!
Stephanie Stimmler
01:19:33
Thank you Deep-a! I’m inspired by your work and love for plants.
Carie L May
01:19:50
thank you!
Kat Palasi
01:19:57
thank you! 😊💕
Kerstin Zurbrigg
01:20:08
Thank you for the depth and beauty you brought today
Nancy Craft
01:20:14
Deepa, your talk is so inspiring.
brece honeycutt
01:20:14
Thank you so much! Really appreciate your plant based approach and the reasons why one dyes. Heartwarming!
Amy Oliveira
01:20:23
Thank you! I hope you come to Massachusetts someday! <3