Fibershed is a non-profit organization that develops equity-focused regional and land regenerating natural fiber and dye systems. Their work expands opportunities to implement climate beneficial agriculture, rebuild regional manufacturing, and connect end-users to the source of our fiber through direct educational offerings. They are transforming the economic and ecologic systems that clothe us to generate equitable and climate change ameliorating textile cultures.
Restoring Traditional Agroecological Cotton Production in Tamil Nadu, India
This project will benefit farmers, artisans, and community members engaged with textile production in the Erode region area, revitalizing a healthy system of relationships, nurturing the soil to bring back biodiversity, and restoring its ability to capture carbon.
Catalyzing Agroecological Regeneration through the California Cotton and Climate Coalition
The goal of this project is to convert a plot of 156 acres of land in California’s Central Valley in cotton systems to regenerative agriculture practices that build soil health, increase biodiversity, protect water resources, and sequester carbon.
Preserving the Navajo Agro-Pastoral Lifeway: an Indigenous-led Navajo-Churro Wool Cooperative
This project supports the work of traditional Navajo shepherds living and grazing on the Navajo reservation in Arizona and New Mexico.