Organic Color Making: A Hands-On Green Education
As the world becomes more aware of the impact of human activity on the environment, many people are looking for ways to make a positive change. One way to do this is by becoming a green educator. Green educators teach people about sustainable practices that can help protect the environment, and one fun way to do this is through hands-on activities like organic color making.
On March 4, 2023, the Assembly will host a workshop on organic color making. The workshop is open to anyone who is interested in learning about sustainable practices, protecting their skin, and preventing water pollution. During the workshop, participants will learn how to make organic colors from everyday ingredients. Maroon colors can be made from beetroot, while green colors can be made from spinach and coriander. Purple and blue colors can be made from red cabbage. Participants will also learn how to test the pH of their colors and how to neutralize them using lemon and baking soda. The workshop will be hands-on, and participants will have the opportunity to make their own colors. They will also learn how to make juice from the ingredients and add cornflour to make dry Holi colors that can be used for the Indian festival of colors. The benefits of using organic colors go beyond just being environmentally friendly. Many traditional colors used in festivals like Holi can be harmful to the skin and eyes. Organic colors are much safer, making them a great alternative for people who want to protect themselves
while still enjoying the festivities. By attending this workshop, participants will not only learn about sustainable practices, but they will also be able to take what they learn and apply it in their own lives. Whether they choose to make organic colors for festivals or use them in their everyday life, they will be contributing to a more sustainable future. In conclusion, the Assembly's workshop on organic color making is a great opportunity for anyone who is interested in sustainability, protecting their skin, and preventing water pollution. The workshop will be hands-on and will teach participants how to make organic colors from everyday ingredients. By attending, participants will be able to apply what they learn in their own lives and contribute to a more sustainable future.