The Wool Guild | Upper Canada Fibreshed – Episode 1
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Upper Canada Fibreshed – Episode 1

Upper Canada Fibreshed – Episode 1


Welcome to our first episode of Woolcast! Hooray! Listen to our conversation with Jennifer Osborn and Becky Porlier of Upper Canada Fibreshed. We chat about our local Ontario fibreshed, where the idea for their non profit organization came from, and what they are trying to achieve. We also touched a bit on textile production history, a flax growing project, and the state of our wool industry. This conversation was initially recorded as part of the Field To Fashion movie production, so please excuse low volumes on my vocals and extraneous noises. Enjoy the episode!

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