Fiber Trek ™

A TV show Connecting Community, Craft, Fiber and Farms

Wooldog Productions

Sarah Hunt currently lives in the Maine North Woods, T3 Indian Purchase where she is surrrounded by plenty of fiber…tree fiber that is!  Luckily, she keeps a healthy stash of yarn and fleece to keep her knitting needles clacking and her wheel spinning.  Her passion for all things fiber began on a providential trip to Orkney, Scotland in January which involved a rather powerful gale, large ferry boat and Orkadian shepherd.  She never turned back after lambing out 700 shetland on a small island in the North Sea.

Now ,the Communication and Program Coordinator at the New England Outdoor Center she continues to pursue her fiber passion with her latest project, Fiber Trek™.  She moved to T3 Indian Purchase in 2009 to marry a Baxter State Park Ranger.  Prior to living in working in the Maine North Woods, Sarah worked for Pineland Farms in New Gloucester, Maine as their Director of Education.  She has a strong passion for supporting local foods, fiber and farms. You can often find her with knitting needles,  ski poles  or a canoe paddle in her hands.  She loves to cook, make bread and adventure with her husband and dogs.

Tyler Walker is learning a lot about fiber these days.  Currently, studying at Washington County Community College for a degree in Outdoor Leadership and Business, Tyler looks to blend his passion for film with wherever life takes him.

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4 thoughts on “Wooldog Productions

  1. Would love to have you visit our farm.

    • We are hoping to do a Fiber Trek Vermont, so we would love to come visit your farm. Stay tuned we have ~4 shoots left in Maine and then we are off on another route!

  2. Mary Brown on said:

    Sarah, I enjoy your podcast, the friendly sharing, vivid descriptions and helpful information. Have you seen the magazine Wild Fibers? It is excellent and supports eco friendly fiber production. Additionally, Snow Leopard Trust sells fiber generated in the snow leopard range. The foundation pays farmers not to hunt the leopards and offsets costs if their goats and sheep are harmed by prey feeding. Keep up the good work.

    • Yes, I love Wild Fibers! Thank you for suggesting it. I got the chance to knit with the yarn from the Snow Leopard trust through my Bare Naked Knitspot Subscription two years ago. My husband has a scarf made out of the camel fiber. Thanks for tuning in and you support!

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