Wild Fibers Frühjahr 2007
Aus dem Inhaltsverzeichnis
- By My Guest
The Kingdom of Bhutan is one of the most isolated nations in the world and
has a treasured history of weaving and dyeing.
- A Taste of Tuscany
Native New Yorker Nora Kravis started Chianti Cashmere in the Tuscan hills and
soon discovered the challenges of Italian agriculture.
- Far From Home
Happily nestled on the Hilger Ranch in the mountains of Montana,
Shetland sheep are reveling (and outraged) on American soil.
- Keeping Jumo Happy
Protecting Bhutan's fragile ecosystem and limiting tourism is critical to
the continuing survival of the yak.
- The Secret of Spit
Spinning yak hair in Bhutan's high mountains becomes much easier and smoother
if you know the secret.
- The Cashmere Complex
Central Asia's first cashmere converence looks at developing new methods to compete on the global market.
Poland's "Big White Dog", the Polish Tatra, is a formidable but friendly
protector of the flock and was nearly lost during World War II.
Letzte Änderung: 27.8.2007
durch Alexandra Weikert
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