Wild Fibers Sommer 2009
Aus dem Inhaltsverzeichnis
Standing pracitcally in the shadows of Dracula's backyard, Elizabeth Nelson
braves the land of bears and wolves to discover how modern day shepherds are
coping with EU regulations.
- Busting out of Brooklyn
Happily ensconced on his farm in Virginia's Shenandoah' Valley, Francis Chester
remembers the days of operating his vegetable stand where the Long Island
Expressway now runs.
- Koribu Tanzania - UN Special!
Celebrate the United Nations International Year of Natural Fibers a special
section on growing sisal in Tanzania and one man's vision that is changing
the lives of many.
- Habiba's Field of Dreams
Habiba Bota extends an invitation to the "world" to come and see how sisal farming
has changed her word.
- Tying the Knot
Torie Olson concludes her trip to Morocco where her weaving workshop has been a
lesson in both craft and culture.
- The Tale of the Little Gray Sheep
High in the hills of England's Lake District, Herdwick Sheep have earned a
reputation for both their heartiness and beguiling smile.
Letzte Änderung: 8.7.2009
durch Alexandra Weikert
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