June 8, 2014
9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Maybe Tomorrow Farm, Chepachet, RI
Bring your skirted wool and join in the Rhody Warm
Blanket Project. Skirting tables will be set up.
All wool will be 'inspected' before bagging.
Please bring your skirted fleeces in untied plastic bags.

Questions: contact Polly via email
or call 949-4619 (leave message)


Available to students who are members of the cooperative or
students whose families are members of the cooperative.


Hanton City Edition
Rhody Warm Blankets
There are still a few in stock


The cooperative is designed to link sheep producers with each other, to promote and encourage sheep husbandry and allied interests with an emphasis on quality, and to sponsor and encourage exhibits and shows pertaining to the industry. The cooperative also offers alternative markets for the state's wool supply.

The Rhode Island Sheep Cooperative works with state and federal agricultural programs in their educational efforts, and sponsors and encourages suitable legislation to benefit Rhode Island sheep farmers and the industry.

Please browse our web site to learn more about our organization, our members, and our projects and products.


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PO Box 88 Harmony, Rhode Island 02829 401-578-2012

Rhode Island Sheep Cooperative, Home of Rhody Warm Wool Blankets - 100% wool blankets and wool throws
made from RI sheep's wool; a joint venture of Rhode Island Resource Conservation & Development Area Council (RIRC&D),
RIDEM Division of Agriculture, and RI Sheep Co-op, a group of RI sheep farmers, RI sheep breeders and producers
of raw wool used for woolen blankets, wool throws, and other sheep products made from RI wool.