Craftsmanship in Egypt dates back thousands of years, with the most skilled artisans decorating temples and palaces. While you can’t take pieces of the Great Pyramids home with you, these mementos carry the weight of history offering both skilled craftsmanship and fascinating origins.
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Ethnotek teamed up with Viva Con Agua to create a limited-edition collection of artisan Thread fabrics in the village of Kandherai, India. The fabrics commissioned for this collection are used as a training program to educate and employ the next generation of artisan weavers. In addition to that mission, 10% of your purchase goes to building clean water wells in Uganda, Ethiopia and Nepal!
As an intern at Rocky Mountain Wild, I expected that I would be filling in some odd jobs. Like most internships, my job description ends with those familiar words, “and other duties as assigned.” Luckily, one of those other duties is the opportunity to go into high-elevation alpine environments to help Megan Mueller, our Senior Conservation Biologist, with her research on pikas.
Back in October, we ran our first ever Kickstarter campaign to launch a brand new bag design called the Premji Backpack. As part of the campaign, we offered a reward level that not only included two bags, but also an all expense paid trip to join Ethnotek on a fabric sourcing trip to India. We were honored to have not one, but two awesome backers pledge at that reward level!
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