Episode 45: Regenerative Regional Flax Production with Angela Wartes-Kahl of Fibrevolution

by LaChaun Moore

This week on the podcast, LaChaun is talking with Angela Wartes-Kahl of Fibrevolution. Fibrevolution is a seed-to-seed producer of high quality organic bast fiber, yarn, and cloth born of regenerative processes, sustainable systems, carbon farming practices, regional manufacturing and community education. In their conversation they talk about the history of growing and producing flax for linen in the Pacific Northwest and how they hope to revitalize the industry.

Thank you to Tien Chiu of Warp & Weave for sponsoring the podcast! Check out Tien's FREE mini-course on color in weaving at https://classes.warpandweave.com . Learn to design gorgeous cloth in the hues you love! Plus, get a 15% discount on Tien's online course, Color Courage for Weavers - Basics using coupon code GIST2018 at https://warpandweave.com/podcast.  

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