Since 1999, Imperial Stock Ranch has been independently shepherding the wool “sunlight harvest” through processing and manufacturing to product, and delivery to markets. To advance the efforts in rebuilding a successful regional fiber network and system, it was time to make connections that will help to strengthen all. We are excited to be working with Pacific Northwest […]
Demonstrating our commitment to leading land management practices and animal welfare, even Australia seems to be watching with interest… Read the full article at sheepcentral.com
Jeanne Carver will be one of the women featured at Portland Business Journal’s Annual Mentor Monday event on Monday, April 3rd at the Sentinel Hotel in Portland, Oregon. The Bizwomen Mentoring Monday event is one of 43 being held by Business Journals all over the country, where more than 10,000 women will participate in the […]
We enjoyed working with the team from J Crew on the story behind their sweater design. Click here to see their blog post.
Once a week Dan or Jeanne makes the two hour drive to Bend to deliver Imperial Stock Ranch products to Central Oregon restaurants and chefs. This week as Jeanne walked through one of those restaurants carrying a box to the kitchen, a patron looked up and said, “Hey! I just read about you!” Surprised, Jeanne said, “Really? Where?” […]
Click here to read the article in the September 2016 issue of American Sheep Industry News.
Jeanne Carver of the Imperial Stock Ranch and Steve Osguthorpe of Red Pine Land and Livestock Company in Utah have been working hard to help create and shape a Responsible Wool Standard (RWS) for American Wool producers. They are hopeful that this effort will result in a greater market share for American wool. Click here […]
Shinola’s Fall look book features beautiful American grown and manufactured products. Make special note of the Shinola + Kordal Knit Hat featuring Imperial Stock Ranch wool. Click here to view the hat or here to view the entire collection.
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Click here to read Patagonia’s post.