Natural Rope Making


Cordage is the ancient art of turning plants into rope!  Join us, with teacher Isaac Coblentz, in the chilly Fall season when plant fibers are ripe for harvesting for cordage.  We’ll be making rope from plants you can find in your back yard: Nettle, Dogbane, Marshmallow, Yucca, and others.  The class includes a discussion about wildcrafting ethics, timing, plant ID, and harvesting. Go home with rope you made yourself!

Dress to be outside the whole time you are with us. Please check the weather.

We ask all attendees to keep 6-foot distance from each other, and wear a mask if you plan to get close. Please read our “What to expect at Red Beet Row” document so you can plan.

Class size limited to 8 people

Saturday, October 10, 2020
3 – 5pm
Location: 2889 E Maple Rd, Jefferson, OH

SKU: N/A Category:

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