Regenerative Fiber July 27, 2020 by Leah Wolfe

A few themes we explore in this session:

  • How can fashion become a regenerative industry, not just in the production of fiber but in its’ reconciliation with its colonial past?
  • How might we let communities make decisions about what fashion looks like?
  • How do we give people the time and the economic space to tend to landscapes thoughtfully?
Rebecca Burgess

Sustainability conversations or regenerative conversations in the fashion industry tend to come from sustainability indexes designed by people at the white-collar level or marketing people at the upper end of the supply chain. What we’re trying to do is define regeneration at the farm level, let the farm level decide what is going to work for it.

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