Wool Academy Podcast

Monica Ebert Core Merino

#104 Monica Ebert about the outdoor apparel brand Core Merino

Monica Ebert is the International Brand Development Manager at BKB in South Africa. Part of Monica's work portfolio is the company's outdoor apparel brand Core Merino. In this episode, Monica talks about the opportunities and challenges…
Yvar Monasch Best Wool Carpets

#103 Yvar Monasch about Best Wool Carpets

Yvar Monasch is the Managing Director at Best Wool Carpets, a company based in the Netherlands. In this interview, Yvar shares insights about the tufting carpet industry and about Best Wool Carpets. As the company's name already conveys,…
Luke Hooke Year of Wool

#102 Luke Hooke about his one year of wool experience

Over the course of one year, Luke Hooke wore only wool, documenting his journey as his Year of Wool. In this podcast interview, Luke reflects on his experience during the last 12 months. About Luke Hooke Luke Hooke is the young Australian…
Eric Bjergso Canadian Co-Operative Wool Growers Limited

#101 Eric Bjergso about the Canadian Wool Industry

Eric Bjergso introduces us to the Canadian sheep and wool industry. In his interview, Eric provides insights into the history of the Canadian wool industry, sheep breeds and wool qualities. He describes the challenges and opportunities Canadian…
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#100 Elisabeth van Delden about the Wool Academy Podcast

Celebrating episode 100 of the Wool Academy Podcast it is time to hear more about the host of the show, Elisabeth van Delden. In this episode, Monica Ebert, a former guest of the show, interviews Elisabeth about the podcast. Elisabeth…
Rebecca Burgess Fibershed

#099 Rebecca Burgess about the Fibershed

Rebecca Burgess introduces the Fibershed, a non-profit organization that explores and actively implements regional textile fiber and natural dye supply chains. In the interview, Rebecca explains how the idea for Fibershed developed and how…
Gudrun and Gudrun Guest on the Wool Academy Podcast

#098 Gudrun Rógvadóttir about the Faroe Islands wool label Gudrun & Gudrun

Gudrun Rógvadóttir is the co-founder of the Faroe Island Knitwear label Gudrun & Gudrun. Together with the designer Gudrun Ludvig she started the label in 2000. Ever since the label grew to a well-known knitwear brand. In this podcast…
James Braszell Photography at Wool Academy Podcast

#097 James Braszell about life as a shearer and photographer

James Braszell is a full-time shearer based in Australia. James found a creative way of sharing his passion for his work and life in the shearing sheds through his photography. Every day while shearing, James captures unique moments of…
Allan De Boos The Woolmark Company

#096: Allan De Boos about successful wool education

Allan De Boos has been working in the wool industry his whole career. As the Programme Manager responsible for the Woolmark Wool Education Course at tertiary level he shares his knowledge with the wool industry's future designers and engineers.…

#095 Yolanda Leask and Martin Brambley about Cloudwool

Yolanda Leask and Martin Brambley are the two young entrepreneurs behind the company Doppelhaus. In this episode, the two fashion textile experts talk about their product Cloudwool. Cloudwool is a non-woven fabric made out of wool. Yolanda…
Cobus Osthuizen

#094 Cobus Oosthuizen puts wool to test during a 250 km desert race

  Cobus Ooosthuizen has always wanted to bust advertisement claims and proof them wrong. That is also why he took on the wool industry to proof the outrages claims the industry was making about wool as false. These claims about…
Francesco Botto Reda and Rewoolution

#093: Francesco Botto Poala takes us behind the scenes of Reda 1865

Francesco Botto Poala is the Chief Operating Officer at the well known vertically integrated weaving company Reda 1865. In this episode, Francesco talks about how the company strives for continued success through quality and innovation.…
Dave Maslen

#092: Dave Maslen about giving consumers a great wool experience

Dave Maslen introduces the New Zealand Merino Company in this Wool Academy Podcast interview. Dave explains the different benefits NZM offers to its wool growers, supply chain partners and brand retailers. He also talks about the research…
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#091: Ben Watts about how automation is helping wool growers on farm

Ben Watts is a wool grower based in Australia who is using automation technology to help him run is farm more efficiently and more effectively. Drones, RFID tags or automated scales all help Ben look after his sheep, the farm, ensure the…
Derelee Potroz-Smith Woolchemy on the Wool Academy Podcast

#090 Derelee Potroz-Smith is turning wool into gold with Woolchemy

Derelee Potroz-Smith is the CEO and Co-founder of Woolchemy based in New Zealand. Woolchemy processes wool with its innovative neweZorb treatment to make it super-absorbent. In this Wool Academy podcast, Derelee tells the story of how…
Evan Helle from Durckworth on the Wool Academy Podcast

#089 Evan Helle about his sheep to shelf brand Duckworth

Evan Helle is a fourth generation sheep rancher and co-founder of the merino wool retail brand Duckworth. In this episode, Evan shares the story of his family, the family ranch and the decision to add more value to their wool by starting…
John Roberts from The Woolmark Company at the Wool Academy Podcast

#088 John Roberts about the Woolmark Resource Centre

John Roberts is the General Manager Eastern Hemisphere of the Woolmark Company - Australian Wool Innovation. IN his position he leads the Asian Woolmark offices as well as the Woolmark Resource Centre. In this interview, John Roberts shares…
Gerhard Schoppel from Schoppel Wolle at Wool Academy Podcast

#087 Gerhard Schoppel about the premium wool hand knitting yarn business

Gerhard Schoppel is the owner and creative mind behind the premium hand knitting yarn Schoppel Wolle. In this episode he talks about the hand knitting business and why he decided to go premium. Gerhard also shares the journey he went through…
Peter Morgan Wool Academy Podcast Guest

#086: Peter Morgan about the Australian Wool Export Industry

Peter Morgan is the Executive Director of the Australian Council of Wool Exporters & Processors and of the Private Treaty Wool Merchants of Australia. In this episode, Peter gives insights into the Australian wool export industry and…
Rita and Rasa from Garlita on the Wool Academy Podcast

#085 Rita Haselwander and Rasa Staneviciene from Garlita about flat wool knitting manufacturing

Garlita is a flat knitting company based in Lithuania with a vast experience in knitting wool garments. Together with their father, twin sisters Rita Haselwander and Rasa Stanevičienė have lead the company to success. The plant runs 24/7…
Lorents Tvedt on the Wool Academy Podcast

#084 Lorents Tvedt about the knitwear brand Dale of Norway

Lorents Tvedt is the Product Development Manager at the Norwegian wool knitwear brand Dale of Norway. In this episode Lorents tells the interesting story of how Dale of Norway was founded and how the brand transformed into the famous brand…
Adam Dawes

#083 Adam Dawes about the wool industry on the Falkland Islands

Adam Dawes is the Senior Agriculture Advisor for the Falkland Islands Government. In his Wool Academy Podcast interview, Adam gives an introduction to the sheep and wool industry of the Falkland Islands. He gives insights into the benefits…
Jacob Long from American Woolen at Wool Academy Podcast

#082 Jacob Long about re-launching American Woolen

Jacob Long is the CEO of US based worsted and woolen weaving mill American Woolen. In this interview, Jacob tells the story how he brought the once biggest weaving mill of the United States back to life. Jacob shares the challenges he faced…
Osman Kilic Ormo Wool Academy Podcast

#081 Osman Kilic about the hand knitting industry

Osman Kilic is the Executive Board Member of hand knitting yarn manufacturer Ormo. In this episode, Osman talks about the Ormo Group and how the business of hand knitting yarn works. Osman explains further how the hand knitting industry…
Giovanni and Marco Schneider Wool Academy Podcast

#080 Giovanni and Marco Schneider about building a global wool processing business

Giovanni and Marco Schneider are the leaders behind the wool processing company The Schneider Group. In this episode, father and son talk about what it means to run a family business.   About the Schneider Group The Schneider Group…
Jo-Anne Bester

#079: Jo-Anne Bester about wool auctioneering

Jo-Anne Bester is the first and so far only female wool auctioneer in South Africa. In this episode, Jo-Anne talks about how the South African wool auction actually works and what it takes to work in the auction room.   About Jo-Anne…
Jimmy Jackson International Wool Consulting Group at the Wool Academy Podcast

#078: Jimmy Jackson about wool knitting manufacturing in China

Jimmy Jackson is a living legend in the wool industry. With a wool career of over 48 years in wool chemical processing, Jimmy Jackson combines knowledge and experience many companies seek out to have access to. In this Podcast Episode,…
Wolf Edmayr Managing Director BKB on the Wool Academy Podcast

#077: Wolf Edmayr about the current situation of the South African wool industry

Wolf Edmayr is the Managing Director of South African based company BKB. BKB is the largest wool handler of the South African wool clip and service provider to South African wool and mohair growers. In this episode, Wolf Edmayr talks about…
Stephen Wiedemann Guest on Wool Academy Podcast

#076 Stephen Wiedemann about Wool Life Cycle Assessment

Stephen Wiedemann is a leading expert on Life Cycle Assessments (LCA) for livestock systems. In this podcast interview, he shares the latest research results on the LCA for wool. He gives details on research conducted on different areas…
Ingun Klepp Wool Academy Podcast

#075 Ingun Klepp on how consumer research reveals new business opportunities for wool

Ingun Klepp is a research professor at Consumer Research Norway, an institute at the Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences. Ingun is specialised in consumer research on sustainable textile, clothing, laundry and leisure…
Peter Ackroyd Wool Academy

#074 Peter Ackroyd on how buying wool products is an investment with a return on capital

Peter Ackroyd is the COO of the Campaign for Wool and the President of the International Wool Textile Organisation (IWTO). Peter shares insights about the start of the Campaign for Wool together with HRH The Prince of Wales and the latest…
Tove Grane We Norwegians Wool Academy Podcast

#073 Tove Grane about her label We Norwegians

Tove Grane is the founder and designer of the Norwegian wool label called We Norwegians. In this episode, Tove shares her story of how she started We Norwegians. Tove explains how wool has always been an important part of Norwegian heritage…
Matthias Boehme is a guest on the Wool Academy Podcast

#072 Matthias Boehme about key markets for wool

Matthias Boehme is a textile consultant and expert on a wide range of topics relevant to the wool industry. In in this episode, Matthias gives an outlook on the key markets for wool applications. These include the sports, outdoor and interior…
Chris Kerston Savory Institute Wool Academy Podcast

#071 Chris Kerston about building the world's first regenerative wool supply chain

Chris Kerston is the Market Engagement and Public Outreach at the Savory Institute. In this episode, Chris introduces us to Allan Savory and the work of the Savory Institute. Chris explains how desertification happens and what role sheep…
Mark Grave AWEX Guest at the Wool Academy Podcast

#070 Mark Grave about the services of the Australian Wool Exchange

Mark Grave is the CEO of the Australian Wool Exchange (AWEX), a key service provider to the Australian and International wool industry. Mark explains how AWEX supports the wool trade through educating wool classers, defining the wool auction…
David Mitchell Wool Academy Podcast

#069 David Mitchell about getting Australian wool from farm to harbour

David Mitchell is the National Wool Manager for AWH. The company handels about 50% of the Australian Wool Clip that goes to auction. In this episode, David explains the journey that wool goes on once it leaves the farm and before it is…
Chad North from Northxnorth guest Wool Academy Podcast

#068 Chad North about launching a wool kerchief

Chad North is the founder of NorthxNorth. In this podcast interview, Chad explains how he came up with his product idea of a wool kerchief made out of merino wool. Chad shares his journey of finding the right fabric supplier, launching his…
Marion Tviland from Norilia Guest at the Wool Academy Podcast

#067 Marion Tviland about the Norwegian wool industry

Marion Tviland is the Director Wool in Norilia in Norway. In this episode Marion talks about what is special about Norwegian wool and the Norwegian wool industry. Marion also has a strong background in Marketing and in this discussion she…
Morten Dilling Dilling Underwear guest on the Wool Academy Podcast

#066 Morten Dilling about selling wool underwear online

Morten Dilling is the 4th generation working in the family company Dilling Underwear based in Denmark. Dilling Underwear was founded in 1916 and has since then reinvented its business model to adapt to modern times. Morten talks about why…
Piercarlo Zedda Pantex SPA guest at the Wool Academy Podcast

#065 Piercarlo Zedda explains how nothing gets wasted in the wool supply chain

Piercarlo Zedda is one of two Directors of the family-owned business Pantex SPA based in Biella in Italy. The company is specialised in importing fine raw wool and manufacturing the wool into tops and open tops. On this episode, Piercarlo…
Nora Kuehner Wool Academy Podcast

#064: Nora Kuehner explains the key trends for wool

Nora Kuehner is a well-known trend expert for the fashion and sportswear industry. In this podcast episode, she talks about how trends develop and what skills are needed to become a trends expert. She identifies the key trends for the…
Kurt Haselwander Schoeller Spinning Group Wool Academy

#063 Kurt Haselwander about the fascinating world of spinning wool

Kurt Haselwander is the CEO of the Austrian based Schoeller Spinning Group. In this Wool Academy Podcast episode, Kurt talks about the company's 170 year history and how it continued to adapt its strategy in order to be successful also in…
Luke Hooke Wool Academy Podcast

#062: Luke Hooke about wearing only wool for one year

Luke Hooke started the Campaign Year of Wool where he challenged himself to wear only wool clothing for one entire year. His goal is to proof the many benefits of wool and promote the fibre as well as its industry. In this podcast interview,…
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#061: Louis de Beer about the South African wool industry and communal farming

Louis de Beer is the CEO of Cape Wools, an industry association representing the interests of the South African wool industry. In this episode, Louis gives insights into the South African wool industry and explains what makes South African…
Geoff Kingwill Wool Academy Podcast

#060: Geoff Kingwill About Wool Growing in the Semi-desert

South African Wool Grower Geoff Kingwill, shares insights into what it is like to run sheep in the semi-desert of the Karoo. He explains how holistic management of sheep and land helps reverse desertification. Geoff also explains what…
Cobus Oosthuizen guest at Wool Academy Podcast 059

#059 Cobus Oosthuizen puts wool to test during a 250 km desert race

Cobus Ooosthuizen has always wanted to bust advertisement claims and proof them wrong. That is also why he took on the wool industry to proof the outrages claims the industry was making about wool as false. These claims about wool included…
Chantel McAlister Truth about Wool Tour at Wool Academy Podcast

#058: Chantel McAlister tells the truth about wool

Chantel McAlister is Australia’s only masterclasser and professional photographer. The fusion of her two careers has been the inspiration behind her national campaign, The Truth About Wool. In this episode, Chantel talks about her career…
Andrew Cuccurullo from Waverley Mills on the wool Academy Podcast

#057: Andrew Cuccurullo is repositioning the Waverley Mills wool blanket

Andrew Cuccurullo is the CEO of Waverley Mills in Tasmania. Waverley Mills is the last remaining woollen mill in Tasmania. The weaving mill produces woollen blankets. When Andrew invested into the company in 2016, the mill was in bad shape…
Victor Chesky guest at Wool Academy Podcast

#056: Victor Chesky is connecting the wool industry with his publications

Victor Chesky is a lifelong wool industry journalist and publisher of  Wool2Yearn Global, Wool2Yarn China, Woolnews.net as well as woolbuy.net. Being an observer and documenter of the industry, Victor shares his insights into the industry…
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#055: Ben Watts about how automation is helping wool growers on farm

Ben Watts is a wool grower based in Australia who is using automation technology to help him run is farm more efficiently and more effectively. Drones, RFID tags or automated scales all help Ben look after his sheep, the farm, ensure the…
Stephen Russell NIRI guest at Wool Academy Podcast

#054: Stephen Russell about the textile recycling industry and market

Professor Stephen Russell is an expert on textile recycling. In this episode, Stephen Russell teaches us the basics of textile recycling. He shares insights into the market for reuse and recycling of textiles as well as future technological…
Isak Staats BKB Wool Academy

#053: Isak Staats about how to efficiently handle 32 million kg of wool per year

Isak Staats is the General Manager for Wool and Mohair at BKB in South Africa. Isak talks about the services BKB offers to wool growers in South Africa. The company handels 32 million kilograms of wool per year. He explains how different…
Lasso Shoes Gaspard Tine at Wool Academy Podcast

#052: Gaspard Tiné-Berès about founding Lasso Shoes successfully

Gaspard Tiné-Berès is the founder of Lasso Shoes, a young startup based out of France. The first product was a felted wool slipper which the company successfully launched on Kickstarter in 2013. Gaspard talks about how he came up with…
Steve Ranford from AgResearch Wool Academy Podcast

#051: Steve Ranford about wool research

  Steve Ranford is a Senior Scientist at AgResearch. In this podcast interview, he is talking about the important environmental role wool has to play in today's world and why it is therefore important to continue research about one…
Claudia Weiss Montelan and Don Baez Eco Chic guest at Wool Academy Podcast

#050: Claudia Weiss about Don Baez Eco Chic

Claudia Weiss de Machado runs her own wool retail company by the name Don Baez Eco Chic. The brand sources only so-called grey wools from Uruguay and uses them undyed in their fashion and accessories products. All products are manufactured…
Wool Live Cycle Assessment Beverley Henry Wool Academy Podcast

#049: Dr Beverley Henry about Wool Life Cycle Assessment

Insights from the expert on wool's Life Cycle Assessment In this episode, Dr. Beverley Henry talks about why the opinions about the sustainability for fibres varies so much and how we can find common grounds through the method of Life Cycle…
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#048: Repost - Mac Bishop from Wool & Prince

In this episode, Mac Bishop, founder and CEO of Wool & Prince talks about his business. The goal of Wool & Prince is to deliver durable long lasting apparel out of wool. Mac shares his experience on launching his business with…
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#047: Nick Armentrout about the all American wool supply chain at Ramblers Way

Nick Armentrout is the Supply Chain Leader at US retail brand Ramblers Way. Majority of the Ramblers Way products are made out of wool, sourced directly from US based wool growers. In his interview, Nick explains the whole Ramblers Way…
Janne Strommen Devold of Norway Wool Academy Podcast 046

#046: Janne Strommen about wool's important role at Devold of Norway

Janne Strommen, Head of Marketing at Devold of Norway, talks about the company's long relationship and history with wool. At the same time, Janne talks about the importance of not dwelling in history but instead constantly improving the…
Willy Gallia Fuhrmann Wool Acacemy Podcast 45

#045: Willy Gallia about growing organic wool in the wilderness of Patagonia

Willy Gallia of Fuhrmann in Argentina gives insights about why and how the company committed to growing and processing organic wool in the wilderness of Patagonia. Besides feeling that it was the right thing to do, it took a long breath…
Rita Kourlis Samuelson ASI Wool Academy Podcast 044

#044: Rita Kourlis Samuelson about the American Sheep Industry

Summary Rita Kourlis Samuelson from the American Sheep Industry Association gives a detailed overview of the sheep and wool industry of the United States. She covers such as how to what is special about American wool, what products the wool…
Silvia Gambi Chamber of Commerce in Prato Wool Academy Podcast 043

#043: Silvia Gambi about wool recycling in Prato

Silvia Gambi from the Chamber of Commerce in Prato explains about the history of how Prato became the centre of recycled wool. Through constant innovation, the Prato region has developed itself into an expert for high quality and innovative…
Don Macdonald Maconald Co Woolbrokers Wool Academy Podcast 042

#042: Don Macdonald about growing wool in the Australian Outback

Don Macdonald runs his own woolbroker company under the name Macdonald & Co. Woolbrokers in Dubbo in the Australian Outback. In this podcast episode, Don explains lots of details about wool growing under the harsh natural conditions…
Graham Ormondroyd BioComposites Centre at Wool Academy Podcast

#041: Graham Ormondroyd about how wool improves indoor air quality

Graham Ormondroyd is originally a wood expert, yes wood not wool who has now also turned into a wool expert. Graham explains that wood and wool actually have a lot in common. Both are highly valued bio material that can be used to create…
Lorna Haigh Alternative Flooring guest at Wool Academy Podcast

#040: Lorna Haigh tells the wool story successfully at Alternative Flooring

Lorna Haigh is an expert in marketing and design and brings a valuable perspective on how to market wool products and in particular wool carpets more successfully. In this episode, Lorna explains the importance of telling the story of…
David Michell from Michell Wool and IO Merino at Wool Academy Podcast

#039: David Michell on building synergies by running two different wool businesses

David Michell shares insights about running two distinct wool companies in this Wool Academy Podcast. His long term family owned business Michell Wool is a wool broker and processing business at the beginning of the supply chain processing…
Francesco Botto Reda and Rewoolution

#038: Francesco Botto Poala takes us behind the scenes of Reda 1865

Francesco Botto Poala is the Chief Operating Officer at the well known vertically integrated weaving company Reda 1865. In this episode, Francesco talks about how the company strives for continued success through quality and innovation.…
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#037: Richard Halliday explains how a merino stud operation works

Richard Halliday is a dedicated wool grower and merino stud breeder. In addition, Richard is the current president of WoolProducers Australia, the national voice for wool growers in Australia. In this interview, Richard talks about his operation…
Dave Maslen from the New Zealand Merino Company as guest on the Wool Academy Podcast

#036: Dave Maslen about giving consumers a great wool experience

Dave Maslen introduces the New Zealand Merino Company in this Wool Academy Podcast interview. Dave explains the different benefits NZM offers to its wool growers, supply chain partners and brand retailers. He also talks about the research…
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#035: Michael Jackson from AWTA talks about wool testing

Michael Jackson is the Managing Director of AWTA, the Australian Wool Testing Authority. In this Wool Academy Podcast Michael explains how wool testing works. In particular he explains what wool tests are applied to each bale of wool and what…
Wool Academy Podcast guest Louis de Beer of Cape Wools South Africa

#034: Louis de Beer about the South African wool industry and communal farming

Louis de Beer is the CEO of Cape Wools, an industry association representing the interests of the South African wool industry. In this episode, Louis gives insights into the South African wool industry and explains what makes South African…
Wool Academy Podcast Philippa Wright of Wright Wool

#033: Philippa Wright always brings on new perspectives to be successful in wool

Philippa Wright, Founder and Managing Director at Wright Wool, talks about running a wool broker business in New Zealand. Being one of the few women in a leading position within the industry she brings fresh perspectives and approaches to…
Wollmeister Berlin Jonas Sanders Wool Academy Guest

#032: Jonas Sanders about his 'merino wool only' shop called Wollmeister Berlin

Jonas Sanders opened his merino wool only shop in May 2016 under the name Wollmeister Berlin. In his shop, Jonas is only selling a small number of merino wool fashion brands. With his long experience in retail, Jonas takes care to offer…
Jonathan Dyson Twist Magazine 031 Wool Academy Podcast

#031: Jonathan Dyson about the growing desire of consumers to know the story behind a product

Jonathan Dyson, the editor of Twist magazine, shares his views as a journalist on the wool industry. He explains how there is a growing desire for information of which most of that is driven by the consumer. Consumers want to know more about…
Ingun Klepp Wool Academy Podcast

#030: Ingun Klepp on how consumer research reveals new business opportunities for wool

Ingun Klepp is a research professor at Consumer Research Norway, an institute at the Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences. Ingun is specialised in consumer research on sustainable textile, clothing, laundry and leisure…
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#029: Robert Ryan about the Australian wool industry

Robert Ryan holds various leading positions within the Australian Wool industry. In this episode, Robert explains the different activities and roles of the organisations he is leading which gives a great overview of the set up of the Australian…
Pedro Otegui Lanas Trinidad at the Wool Academy Podcast

#028: Pedro Otegui about the wool industry in Uruguay

Pedro Otegui from wool combing mill Lanas Trinidad in Uruguay gives an overview of the Uruguayan wool market in general and introduces his family company Lanas Trinidad. Pedro explains how Lanas Trinidad manages to be self-sufficient in…
Wool Academy Podcast and Planet Wool

#027: IWTO Planet Wool Special

For one episode the Wool Academy podcast is being taken over by Planet Wool - a Podcast by the International Wool Textile Organisation. As this episode is launching on 3 May 2017, the 86th IWTO Congress is taking place in Harrogate, United…
Debbie Luffman Finisterre Wool Academy Podcast

#026: Debbie Luffman shares Finisterre's unique wool story

Debbie Luffman shares Finisterre’s love of wool and explains how in her work she approaches the realities of making the best product with the least environmental impact. She does this through passion, unravelling the supply chain and engaging…
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#025: Jen Hunter is educating consumers by giving them the real farm experience

Jen Hunter is a multi-passionate sheep farmer in the UK. At Fernhill Farm, she is building a business with multiple income streams based on the resources the farm provides her with. In this Wool Academy podcast episode, she shares her story…