Recent Stories from Fibershed

Perennial Green Goals at Meridian Farm

“My vision is a green postage stamp all year long, without irrigation,” Amy Lofting says. She is standing on Petaluma’s dry, golden hills beside Highway 101, the sun not yet penetrating chilly morning fog. “The goal is green, by keeping water on the property. It’s not only how much water you get, but how much you keep.”

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Threading Resilience: Stories from our Fibershed Affiliate Communities

In the first edition of our Threading Resilience zine, we share 19 stories from our Fibershed Affiliates. We are rounding up three of their incredible stories in this article—from the Rust Belt Fibershed, Fibershed DACH, and Fibershed Ireland—to highlight the different geographies, journeys, and wisdom that can be shared from this network.

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