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Soil to Soil Ep. 12: What would it take to make our clothing regionally? with Adrian Rodrigues and Nicholas Wenner

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Soil to Soil Ep. 12: What would it take to make our clothing regionally? with Adrian Rodrigues and Nicholas Wenner
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In this episode we’re taking a look at manufacturing systems and learning about some of the missing links and key opportunities that would help make locally grown clothing more accessible […]

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Soil to Soil Podcast Ep. 11: Can mending create a cultural shift? with Sonya and Nina Montenegro of The Far Woods

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Soil to Soil Podcast Ep. 11: Can mending create a cultural shift? with Sonya and Nina Montenegro of The Far Woods
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In this episode we’re exploring how we can tend to our clothing, and how repairing, patching, and mending our clothing can be part of a cultural shift that values the […]

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Soil to Soil Podcast Ep. 10: Why Regenerative Fiber Systems Are Rooted in Relationships with Place, with A-Dae Romero-Briones

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Soil to Soil Podcast Ep. 10: Why Regenerative Fiber Systems Are Rooted in Relationships with Place, with A-Dae Romero-Briones
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In this episode we’ll be learning about how regenerative fiber systems are rooted in our relationship with place, and how Indigenous and traditional land stewards hold and practice a vision […]

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Soil to Soil Podcast Ep. 9: How Clothing Can Restore Climate and Community, with Rebecca Burgess

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Soil to Soil Podcast Ep. 9: How Clothing Can Restore Climate and Community, with Rebecca Burgess
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In this episode we’re discussing the origins of Fibershed from a community-sourced wardrobe challenge to an organization working with many communities to shift how clothing is made and how it […]

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Soil to Soil Podcast Ep. 8: How Can Fibersheds Shape Alternative Futures? with Teju Adisa-Farrar

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Soil to Soil Podcast Ep. 8: How Can Fibersheds Shape Alternative Futures? with Teju Adisa-Farrar
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In this episode we’re expanding our look at interconnectedness, not just looking at the connections in a value chain from soil to soil but connections between systems, from land access […]

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Soil to Soil Podcast Ep. 7: Why Soil is a Living Being, with Dr. Christine Jones

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Soil to Soil Podcast Ep. 7: Why Soil is a Living Being, with Dr. Christine Jones
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In this episode, you’ll hear how modern agriculture has been trying to replicate and replace complex, biological systems yet focusing on the wrong components. We’ll learn how food quality, nutrition, […]

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Soil to Soil Podcast Ep. 6: What does it mean to work within a fibershed? with the Southeastern New England Fibershed Affiliate

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Soil to Soil Podcast Ep. 6: What does it mean to work within a fibershed? with the Southeastern New England Fibershed Affiliate
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In this episode we’re taking a look at what it means to cultivate and work within a ‘fibershed.’ Join us in conversation with three people who are doing some amazing […]

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Soil to Soil Ep. 5: How does soil connect communities and economies? With Nikki Silvestri of Soil and Shadow

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Soil to Soil Ep. 5: How does soil connect communities and economies? With Nikki Silvestri of Soil and Shadow
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In this episode we’re diving deep into how healthy soil, and healthy relationships, are at the core of regional economic development.  Tune in to hear from Nikki Silvestri, founder of […]

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Soil to Soil Ep. 4: Is American textile milling still alive? With Ben Hostetler of Mountain Meadow Wool Mill

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Soil to Soil Ep. 4: Is American textile milling still alive? With Ben Hostetler of Mountain Meadow Wool Mill
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This episode is the first in a series about how raw fiber is transformed into what we can wear and use. Infrastructure may not be the most warm and fuzzy […]

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Soil to Soil ep. 3: How do we measure the climate impact of carbon farming practices? with Dr. Keith Paustian

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Soil to Soil ep. 3: How do we measure the climate impact of carbon farming practices? with Dr. Keith Paustian
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Welcome to Soil to Soil, a podcast connecting the dots in the lifecycle of clothing and material culture, brought to you by Fibershed. Each episode offers a look at how, […]

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