THE INVASIVE PLANT HARVEST
Removal of exotic invasive vegetation yields an abundance of material for processing into fuel, chemicals, pigments, lumber, paper fibers and cordage. The image on the right was made exclusively of pigments and plant fibers from the invasive plants of Washington, D.C.
Embassy of Italy, Washington, D.C.
Duke Farms, Hillsborough, N.J.
Exhibit: Oct. 18 - Nov. 30.
With Pam Rogers; Trudi Van Dyke, curator
Marymount University, Arlington, Va.
Digging into 'Field Work' by Claudia Rousseau, Gazette.net
Index1309b: Invasive weed pigments on Morus alba paper, 11" x 11"
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