In January 2004, the first issue of Wild Fibers rolled off the press packed with pictures, passion, and typos. In the years that followed, Wild Fibers has earned the reputation as the "National Geographic of fibers."
Every issue of Wild Fibers is an extraordinary journey, frequently traveling to a remote corner of the planet to spend time with extraordinary people and their animals. We have travelled to Banks Island in the Canadian Arctic to see magnificent musk oxen. We have visited the mountaintops of Bhutan to have tea with the weavers and their yaks. And we have gone to the war ravaged countryside of Afghanistan where sericulture is being reintroduced to help instill economic growth for rural women.
Although we are noted for our global adventures, we are champions of the natural fiber industry in the United States, beginning with George Washington and his passion for native wool.