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At the Alling Coverlet Museum in Palmyra, N.Y., visitors can learn about the history of coverlets and admire their intricate, handmade designs.
Sheep and alpaca farmers comment on the benefits of natural wool.
The beauty of nature and the benefits of winter hiking and camping are enough to warm anyone the cold—as long as they’ve adequately prepared.
Whitney Freeman started knitting as a teenager with her grandmother. As life happened, she stepped away from the task that brought her tons of…
Rare collectible buttons worth thousands of dollars still turn up among dusty jars and battered cans of assorted buttons often sold at bargain-hunting sites like yard sales and flea markets.
On this week’s hemp podcast, we talk to Brother Johannes Zinzendorf from the Hermitage, a Harmonist spiritual center and working farm in Schuylkill County, where life is lived as closely as possible to an 18th Century lifestyle of self-sufficiency, which includes growing fiber plants to make cloth.
This week’s guest on the podcast is Dr. Patti Mayfield, a veterinarian and hemp farmer in Oregon, where she is also a member of the Veterinary Cannabis Society, which promotes education, safety, and legislative change surrounding the use of medical cannabis for pets.