The Dye Garden

In 2020, a small garden was planted to grow Indigo, Rudbeckia, Marigold, Madder, and Weld. Led by Sara Goodman, the staff harvested and experimented with using live plants to create pigments. During the fall of 2020 the lower level of the Loudon Grange building was excavated and is destined to become a dye studio for the creation of natural dyes. The Dye Garden will be re-planted near the Grange and easily accessible to the workshop participants in the dye studio.

The Dye Garden

The Dye Garden

Dye instructor Sara Goodman harvests indigo

Dye instructor Sara Goodman harvests indigo

Sara Goodman and program manager Molly Bolick in the Dye Garden

Sara Goodman and program manager Molly Bolick in the Dye Garden

The Dye Garden Dye instructor Sara Goodman harvests indigo Sara Goodman and program manager Molly Bolick in the Dye Garden

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7097 Sanborn Road
Loudon, New Hampshire 03307

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