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Learning where the wool goes

By |2018-08-16T08:11:45+12:00August 15th, 2018|Blog|

This article was posted on www.odt.co.nz August 15 2018

More than 120 pupils from schools throughout South Otago are now clued up about what happens with wool once it leaves the farm gate.

The Woolshed has been at South Otago High School for the past two weeks.

Although it is called The Woolshed, it is actually a movable container […]

Wool education takes out-of-box approach

By |2018-06-28T10:21:17+12:00June 28th, 2018|Blog|

This article was posted on farmersweekly.co.nz June 26 2018

A wool promotion using modified shipping containers in schools is in hot demand.

The Wool Shed inspires students to be creative and curious about new uses for an abundant, natural and locally produced fibre.

Project manager Vicki Linstrom said kids are keen to learn about a biodegradable, sustainable product […]

Stuff: Shed serves up lessons on value of wool

By |2017-06-27T12:39:49+12:00June 26th, 2017|Blog|

This article was posted on stuff.co.nz at 09:32, June 26 2017

No matter who is crowned champion at Wimbledon, New Zealand wool is a star performer on centre court every year.

Good crimp characteristics give wool more bounce than synthetic alternatives, making it the obvious choice to cover the 54,000 tennis balls used at the sport’s glamour event.

To […]

Wool concept shoe by Emma Warren

By |2017-05-22T12:49:54+12:00November 3rd, 2015|Blog|

Industrial designer Emma Warren was recently announced runner up of the National James Dyson Award. The James Dyson Award celebrates the next generation of design engineers’ innovative solutions to todays problems. Emma’s project investigates the challenge of simplifying the complex New Zealand woolen system along with forming a solution to the dying footwear industry. Her […]