Caring for Wool
Now that we've learned about identifying and treating moth and beetle infestations, it's time to create a plan for a happy future.
You've spotted evidence of moths. Now what?
Wool is nature’s miracle fiber. It’s also delicious food for an array of tiny creatures. Can we coexist?
Contributing author Jillian Moreno details a most ingenious method for storing wool fleece that looks lovely and requires zero plastic.
Hello wool friends, and happy April! As this project marches boldly into its second year, I'm making a few changes to better serve the overall mission. The free Weekly Shorts email will be replaced with a monthly email covering a juicy wool topic for everyone. The rest of the month
A reader named Heather recently wrote to ask about "snow washing." She wanted to know if, considering pollution, this is really a good idea? Excellent question. Let's start with the basics. We've been wearing wool since 10,000 BCE. We've only had mechanized clothes-washing devices since the 1850s. Which means