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The sheepy and wooly side of Maryland Sheep and Wool

Hello, wool friends! I was at the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival last week. It's been two years since the event was held in-person, and it was wonderful to be able to be among wool people again. Even cold weather and heavy rains on Saturday didn't keep the crowds away.

The sheepy and wooly side of Maryland Sheep and Wool
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Report from Paris: Sheep Take the Stage

Highlights from a remarkable exhibit detailing the history of the Rambouillet sheep from 1786 to today.

Report from Paris: Sheep Take the Stage
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Three Sheets to the Wind: Jillian Moreno on Storing Fleece

Contributing author Jillian Moreno details a most ingenious method for storing wool fleece that looks lovely and requires zero plastic.

Three Sheets to the Wind: Jillian Moreno on Storing Fleece