We’ve featured sustainable fashion pioneer Laura Sansone‘s naturally-dyed textiles before, so we were thrilled when LocalFlux sent us their even more in-depth look at how her work is changing the way we source and treat fabrics in New York. Called Natural Dyeing: Urban-Rural Interconnectedness, the interview delves into the link between local farming and textile production and how natural dyes and fibers sourced in the NY area help bolster a decentralized urban-rural economy. Read on for the full interview.

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