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The Factory HQ of Biella The Wool Company, image taken from the company website here.
The Factory HQ of Biella The Wool Company, image taken from the company website here.

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essay intent personal prose review writing Deborah Gray regularly teaches hand spinning in Biella; her blog often details visits to Biella The Wool Company and is a lovely woolly read!
You can buy Italian Wool from the sister company of Biella The Wool Company – The Wool Box – here
A sadly failed Italian Kickstarter project aimed to combine Italian waste wool with recycled plastic to produce sustainable outerwear – it was called What a Waste and you can read about it here

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vitamin k research paper In March this year, Sardinian sheeps’ wool was identified as a key material for the cleaning of seawater polluted by oil spillages and refuelling in ports;

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7 thoughts on “lane e pecore d’italia – the wool and sheep of Italy

  1. research paper topics social problems Everything is driven by greed and more and more profit, never mind who pays in health issues, bad working conditions, loss of ancient crafts and, most importantly, nearly total and irreparable damage to our environment.
    The effects of plastic everywhere, people just wanting more and more stuff, holidays, processed food, clothes etc etc but not wanting to pay the real costs for quiality and natural products is leaving my granddaughter a legacy which is too horrendous to even contemplate.
    It’s all very depressing and non- comprehendable how so many people in our so-called civilised world just don’t care.
    Hubby and I do our bit, but it probably isn’t enough.

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