slave trade research paper
– high-wool-content fibre crafts and their use in social justice work in the USA [about The Yarn Mission]
– wool and knitting as tools to help quit smoking [article link]
– wool work as therapy for stress and the psychological consequences of living with long-term chronic illnesses [website link]
– knitted or felted wool for customising one’s walking stick or crutches [article link]
– wool’s role in protecting soldiers from trench foot during the first and second world wars [article link]
– how 100% wool (mostly from Wales) is helping the community of Painscastle to map its own area and foster a shared sense of place [link here]
– wool’s role in treating lower back pain [article link]
– conservation grazing as a way of healing particular landscapes and promoting biodiversity [article link]
WOVEMBER NEEDS YOUR WOOLNESS STORIES!
- Your post will be well-written and typed at 12 point font
- Posts should be 350 words MAX. We cannot accept posts longer than this
- You must include one photo, which illustrates your post and which is 1080 pixels wide (or minimum of 500kb)
- Send your post, typed and saved as word document to email@example.com . Please put ‘Woolness and me’ in the subject line. (please don’t post your piece in the comments below)
- compare and contrast essay on legalizing weed cardiac case study for module # Final Submission Deadline is 30th September 2017.
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