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Heatwave!

This may not seem an obvious time to talk about wool. Here in the United States, over 100 million people across 28 states are under some form of a heat-related alert, and conditions are even more critical in the UK and EU. And yet...

Clara Parkes
Clara Parkes
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Heatwave!
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