Wild Fibers Winter 2014
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- Lucca: Turning Over an Old Leaf
Hordes of bicycles and gelato shops on every corner decorate much of this ancient city's modern
flavor. But for a taste of wild fibers, one needs to llok up into the trees.
- Ewetopia Farm
Known as "gentle giants," the Cotswolds at Ewetopia Farm are gentle and among the most
prize-winning flock in the country. They are also tended by a very dedicated farmer
who has passionately shepherded this endangered breed with unwavering faith.
- Breaking New Ground
As Santa goes blazing through the sky, the Cashmere Craft Center in Pangong wil take its first steps
towards providing the gift of a lifetime.
- Attic Treasures
Tucked in a remote village in Tuscany, a weaver finds a multitude of treasures tucked in
the attics of his neighbors.
With the clock ticking and a few hands wringing, SVF Foundation forms an unprecedented partership
with The Smithsonian, ensuring a secure future for endangered food and fiber species.
- Well Bred
If you want to be part of the well-bred crowd, you have to have your papers... or do you?
Do breed registries exist only for snagging a wall of blue ribbons, or are there other benfits the average
consumer my not know?
Outdoor clothing manufacturer Patagonia is expanding their line of eco-wear, and they're talking
trash to make it happen.
- Turtles in Tuscany
An unexpected encounter wit a family of tortoises evokes rare thoughts on an old family pet.
Letzte Änderung: 19.4.15
durch Alexandra Weikert
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