Becoming a member of Fibershed directly supports the creation of a regenerative textile culture within Northern California. Our education, green livelihood, and community building programs directly support the emergence, and long term sustainability of textile farming & soil-to-skin artisanship. Click here to learn more about Producer Program Membership.

Join or renew now as a 2016 member:

  1. You may join by paying securely online through Paypal, via the link at the bottom of this page
  2. You may join by downloading and mailing this form: Membership

Angora membership: $40/year
benefits: 10% discount on one Fibershed class, symposium or workshop

Mohair membership: $100/year
benefits: 10% discount on all Fibershed classes, symposiums and workshops, and a set of natural dye postcards with photography by Paige Green

Alpaca membership: $250/year
benefits: 10% discount on all Fibershed classes, symposiums and workshops; a set of natural dye postcards with photography by Paige Green; and a collection of dye garden seeds

Merino membership: $500/year
benefits: 10% discount on all Fibershed classes, symposiums and workshops; a set of natural dye postcards with photography by Paige Green; a collection of dye garden seeds; and 50% discount for one class, event, symposium or workshop

Natural Fiber Farm Membership: $1,000/year
benefits: 10% discount on all Fibershed classes, symposiums and workshops; a set of natural dye postcards with photography by Paige Green; a collection of dye garden seeds; free admission to one class, event, symposium or workshop; and one pair of socks, hand-knit with Fibershed wools ($100 value)

Regenerative Textile Culture Membership: $2,500/year
benefits: 10% discount on all Fibershed classes, symposiums and workshops; a set of natural dye postcards with photography by Paige Green; a collection of dye garden seeds; free admission to one class, event, symposium or workshop; one pair of socks, hand-knit with Fibershed wools ($100 value), and a hand-woven blanket from the farm of Robin Lynde ($400/value)


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Fibershed is a California non-profit corporation, exempt from federal tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

Your membership fee, minus the fair market value of any gifts you receive, is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

To make a tax-deductible donation in any amount, please visit our Donations page, or contact office@fibershed.com.

Last minute notice -- if you can make it to Point Reyes Station this evening, come to Black Mountain Artisans to celebrate Marlie de Swart's book release: Knitting Woolscapes. The weather is gorgeous and the knitwear is lush. Find the book online at: www.borageyarns.com/shop-online/knitting-woolscapes

Photography by Paige Green
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"What if changing the story of what we eat and wear... could change the story of the soil, water, and air?" -- morning inspiration from the Savory Institute on how we can work together to build a consumer revolution, making choices that invest in regenerating our lands and home communities. ... See MoreSee Less

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Loving the 2016 Wool Symposium illustration by Amanda Coen, which evokes our theme for this year's event ~ For the Love of Place. We invite you to meet a new artisan, farmer, rancher; revisit with those you’ve come to know well, share a story, hear a story, learn a new skill, update yourself on the new community supported economic models, learn about ancient and modern breeding practices, listen in to the history of California’s wool industry, witness the launch of two new interactive and globally impactful projects (that have solely local roots), and meet a Fibershed team from much farther afield whose community organizing efforts will surely inspire our own. www.fibershed.com/wool-symposium-2016/ ... See MoreSee Less

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National Alpaca Farm Days

September 24 @ 10:00 am - September 25 @ 3:00 pm
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Livestock Producers Workshop: Guard Dogs

September 28 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm