Tag: Yolo Wool Mill

Welcome to the Borderlands

Story by Caroline Spurgin, photography by Alycia Lang. The air at Mimi Luebbermann’s farm hums with organic magic. We arrive at Windrush Farm under a rainbow relinquished by the early morning showers that  left the earth damp and the air fresh. Purpled mustard greens poke up out of the grass around stoops and sidewalks, opalescent […]

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Come to the Mill-In!

You’re invited to the annual mill-in, hosted by Jane Deamer, and the Yolo Wool Mill.  Tomorrow will be a full day for all those wanting to see the one and only wool mill of our fibershed!  It is a wonderful place- filled with the machines and people who are the foundation for our local fiber […]

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Between Soil and Skin: Our Mill

Making Fibershed clothes from within our designated 150 mile radius continues to be a deep exploration into local resources.  This exploration led the Fibershed team on a drive northeast on highway 113, and down the lesser known road 27, to visit Jane Dreamer, and her Yolo Wool Mill.  The process of experimenting with the locally […]

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