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.

Join or renew now as a 2015 member. A request for membership renewal takes place each spring.

  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.

Join us for a Real Food Real Stories picnic in the Redwood grove at the UC Berkeley Botanical Garden on March 6th. RFRS Picnic series is a roaming, public gathering centered around wholesome food with honest and authentic storytelling from changemakers in agriculture that is tailored to a unique location. Lunch will be made by The Town Kitchen, a community-based food company in Oakland that provides fair-wage jobs and college classes to low-income youth in the Bay Area. We'll be serving lunch-boxes crafted by young chefs learning to become the next David Chang or Bryant Terry. Yum! ... See MoreSee Less

RFRS Picnic: Rebecca Burgess of Fibershed

March 6, 2016, 11:00am - March 6, 2016, 2:00pm

University of California Botanical Garden at Berkeley

Did you know that the clothes we wear have something to do with what we eat? We are thrilled to feature Fibershed founder Rebecca Burgess as our next storyteller at the Redwood Grove UC Botanical Garden Berkeley. Hear how Rebecca is weaving a thriving, local textile economy that promotes both sustainability and community, and how what we wear is deeply connected to our food system. Lunch will be made by The Town Kitchen, a community-based food company in Oakland that provides fair-wage jobs and college classes to low-income youth in the Bay Area. We'll be serving lunch-boxes crafted by young chefs learning to become the next David Chang or Bryant Terry. Yum! Buy Tickets Here: bit.ly/rebeccaburgessfibershed

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A warm welcome to our newest fiber producer and artisan members: Carolyn Boyd, who raises Cormo and Cormo x Rambouillet sheep at Butte Mountain Farm; Dee Taron Davis who raises various longwool sheep at McIntyre Ranch; and Mary O. Diaz who weaves, knits, and sews garments for her artisan line Gather the Universe! Did you know that the Fibershed website includes 2 directories of all the incredible fiber producer members and skilled artisan members in the Northern California community? Connect with a local farmer or artist here: www.fibershed.com/producers/farm-producers/
www.fibershed.com/producers/artisan-producers/

(Photos via Butte Mountain Farm and Gather the Universe)
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Upcoming Events

Fri 12

Learn to Spin Yarn

February 12 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Bodega, CA
Sat 20
Sun 21

Fibershed Marketplace at Temescal Farmer’s Market

February 21 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Oakland CA
Fri 26

Learn to Spin Yarn

February 26 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Bodega, CA
Sat 27

Holistic Management Workshop at Soul Food Farm

February 27 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Vacaville CA
Sat 27

Community Craft Circle

February 27 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Bodega, CA