Join me for a free, hands-on pop-up paper mill!
This month, I have been the 2019 White Mountain National Forest Artist in Residence. The first public program, a Plant Harvesting Walk at Gale River Road in Bethlehem, resulted in a bountiful harvest of Japanese Knotweed and Reed Canary Grass. These invasive plant species will be turned into paper pulp for the August 31st papermaking session.
Time & Location
Saturday Aug 31st
2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Kancamagus Hwy, Albany, NH 03818, USA (map)
About The Event
White Mountain National Forest Artist in Residence May Babcock is a paper maker and visual artist. Join her in making paper from plants harvested from the WMNF earlier this summer. This hands-on event is free and open to the public. All ages are encouraged to attend.