Erin Berkowitz

artist, educator, certified California naturalist

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A local designer, a clothing line using dyes from plants, and an environmental group are collaborating to make clothes using invasive mustard plants.

Invasive mustard is here to stay. But you can use it to dye clothes

A local designer, a clothing line using dyes from plants, and an environmental group are collaborating to make clothes using invasive mustard plants.

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