Sara Dunham inspected and graded freshly sheared wool Wednesday at the Final Frontier Farm near Paris for the Kentucky Cloth project. The cooperative effort among local producers, the Kentucky Department of Agriculture and a California non-profit will create a unique fiber.
Sara Dunham inspected and graded freshly sheared wool Wednesday at the Final Frontier Farm near Paris for the Kentucky Cloth project. The cooperative effort among local producers, the Kentucky Department of Agriculture and a California non-profit will create a unique fiber. Herald-Leader
Sara Dunham inspected and graded freshly sheared wool Wednesday at the Final Frontier Farm near Paris for the Kentucky Cloth project. The cooperative effort among local producers, the Kentucky Department of Agriculture and a California non-profit will create a unique fiber. Herald-Leader

Ky. farmers working toward creating Kentucky Cloth, a product with 'cachet'

March 14, 2015 08:23 PM

UPDATED March 15, 2015 09:11 AM

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