Northern and Central California Fibershed
Northern and Central California
Fibershed is a non-profit organization that develops regional fiber systems that build ecosystem and community health. Our work expands opportunities to implement climate benefitting agriculture, rebuild regional manufacturing, and connect end-users to the source of our fiber through education. We transform the economic systems behind the production of material culture to mitigate climate change, improve health, and contribute to racial and economic equity. Learn more about our programs here!
The Northern and Central California Fibershed supports a network of farmers, ranchers, designers, sewers, weavers, knitters, felters, spinners, mill owners, and natural dyers living and working within 51 counties in the North and Central regions of California. To view regional producers within the Northern and Central California Fibershed, visit our Producer Directory. Here you’ll find local farmers, ranchers, makers, and designers producing and processing natural fibers and dyes into garments, accessories, home goods, and other textiles. You can purchase directly from producers through the directory, or visit our Fibershed Cooperative Marketplace!