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Site Potential: early days of dreaming

The native tree section at MOP might just get a bit of a facelift- in a good way- in the coming months as Terroir Urban Cloth gets going….

urbanclothproject: Terroir

First few weeks of being on site at each location- getting weeding, planting and first foraging under way has set my brain on fire with what  is possible…

Means of Production:

Native species on site include: mock Orange (Philiadelphus lewisii) Ocean Spray (Holodiscus discolor), Pacific Rhododendron (Macrophyllum), Nootka Rose, Shore pine, Soapberry ( Shepherdia Canadensis), Blue elderberry (Sambucus caerulea), Douglas Maple (Acver galbrum) Oregon grape ( Mahonia nervosa), Flowering red current ( Ribes sanguineum), Garry Oak (Quercus garryana),Hardhack (spiraea douglasii), and Indian Plum( Oemleria cerasiformis) and one dead Arbutus tree

This inspiring form holds much potential This inspiring form holds much potential

Ideas thus far: The Arbutus tree is both sad to see gone, but can provide an anchor point for our work at MOP- we shall use some of it for dye, as well as smaller sticks for drop spindles, tool handles and then leave the trunk and main branches as an on-site loom, or…

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