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Textile Center’s A Garden To Dye For is a living educational and creative resource, which proudly cultivates, harvests, and generates understanding surrounding natural dye plants.

Combining beauty and function, this perennial garden nurtures plants to be used as natural dyes for textiles; a living, breathing element in the process of creating fiber art!

The garden is located on Textile Center’s surrounding plant beds, which around from the south-west and the west sides of the building.

The dye garden is volunteer-run from late May until mid-September, with opportunities for group-gardening and independent drop-in volunteer upkeep.

Textile Center offers our volunteers select opportunities to harvest natural dye plants for their own use, as well as opportunities to engage in dye garden related educational programming at discounted rates.

If you would like to be contacted to receive more information about volunteer opportunities, please fill out our interest form here.

Questions can be directed to Chloe Russell Chang – crussell@textilecentermn.org.