Supporting the nomadic herders and their way of life by bringing added value to all animal fibres
Working together with organisations passionate about pasture rotation, circular systems and sustainability I am able to bring a beautiful collection of different wools from Mongolia to you, including cashmere, yak wool, camel hair and sheep wool - all carefully chosen through knowledge and by balancing the biodiversity of any specific regon of the country while taking in to consideration the needs of those nomads we know what impact your choices will make. By realigning your needs in animal fibre and how you want to position it in your own market we can choose the right direction you want to take and what certification you will be representing. Yak wool, from the Arkhangai province in central Mongolia for example is collected after the cold spell every year, the herders know that it is time to groom the yaks when the weather gets warmer and their soft undercoat naturally peels away ready for the summer. Yaks are very gentle to the landscape in Mongolia which reduces damage to the grasslands. They eat softly from the top of the grass while fertilising the land which makes them an important addition to helping rejuvenate the biodiversity of any pasture which sadly are depleting under the strain of too many grazing cashmere goats.