The Ta’na’na workshop in Madagascar has been fighting hurricanes, fluctuating electricity, raw material crises and flooded roads to bring you 4, new types of cocoon silk. Cocoon silk was designed specifically to provide a new source of inceom for farmers displaced from the Makira Natural Park. Farmers are taught how to farm silkworms or sustainably collect silk cocoons. Other members of the farmer's family are trained to sew a unique cocoon textile that can be used for wall hangings, curtains; others learn how to dye the textiles in unqiue patterns color combinations. Income earned by farmers and their famlies is used to buy needed tools, additional food and provide education for the children. Stop by the Ta'na'na booth, #3983, and feast your eyes and fill your hearts! All revenues support Ta'na'na workshops in Madagascar and give local people a finanical reason to conserve Madagascar’s last remaining rainforests.