About Climate Beneficial Wool Climate Beneficial wool and alpaca is produced at local regional farms which is then processed, spun and knit in the usa. The farms involved use certain regenerative farming practices which allow the land to sequester more carbon than it emits. Creating more land with healthy soil to absorb carbon is seen as a huge way to fight climate change.
The certification process is done by Fibershed, who is doing great work to support and grow domestic and regional fiber systems. The ranches and farms sign on to specific regenerative farming practices which rebuilds the soil health, allowing the land to sequester carbon. The farms become certified Climate Beneficial when they reach a certain point where their farm is absorbing more carbon from the atmosphere than it is emitting from operating.