Stay tethered to the natural world with these beautiful archival sheep illustrations for your phone wallpapers.
Hello, wool friends! I was at the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival [https://www.sheepandwool.org] 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
Highlights from a remarkable exhibit detailing the history of the Rambouillet sheep from 1786 to today.
We're off to these gorgeous sheep-dotted islands for a look at the sheep, fiber, and yarns you'll find there.
🐏 Calling the Foundation Flock! Our month-end Flock Talk livestream will be this Monday, February 28, at 7pm Eastern. Send me your questions and I'll do my best to fit them in. I have a lot to show you, so I hope you can tune in. 🐏 Earlier this week, my friend
Hello and happy Friday! I'm excited to share a brand new episode of Voices in Wool. I talk with Canadian wool advocate, fiber farmer, and mill owner Anna Hunter of Long Way Homestead [https://www.longwayhomestead.com]. Listen to the episode now [https://www.buzzsprout.com/1806904/10082364] or click
I put out a call for shepherds to share stories of their favorite sheep. And respond they did! What's it like to live with sheep? Do they have personalities? And do shepherds have favorites? Of course most people know that the answer to all three questions is a resounding yes.
Greetings and happy New Year! Since we last spoke, the sheep have been busy. One of my favorite sheep-related people on Instagram is Pálína Axelsdóttir Njarðvík, better known as @farmlifeiceland [https://www.instagram.com/farmlifeiceland/]. Pálína has made a name for herself by sharing gorgeous, funny, tender photos and videos
Hooray! I want to hear all about this remarkable sheep of yours. What made it so special? Was it smart, or generous, or silly, or mischievous? Or was it simply a really good friend? You can submit your story in two ways: 1. Call TWC's voicemail at 888-653-5558 and follow
We love wool, but we love the sheep who grow wool even more. My next Voices in Wool guest Lior Patel is curious about the sheep themselves, the ways in which they navigate the landscape and one another. I'm talking with Lior Patel, the 42-year-old professional drone photographer from Haifa,