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WOOL DISH SPONGES
WOOL DISH SPONGES
WOOL DISH SPONGES
WOOL DISH SPONGES
WOOL DISH SPONGES
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WOOL DISH SPONGES

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Full Circle Wool
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$10.00
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Get ready for squeaky clean dishes with our WOOL DISH SPONGES! Made from 100% Climate Beneficial™ wool from Northern California farms, these sponges are not only environmentally friendly, but also durable and long-lasting.

Plus, the natural antimicrobial properties of wool make them easy to clean and naturally odor-repelling.

And when you're finished using them, just wash with soap and warm water and leave them out to dry - no more smelly, disposable sponges!

But the benefits don't stop there - Full Circle Wool partnership with Fibershed also means that 10% of our profits go towards their Carbon Farm Fund, supporting sustainable farming practices and carbon drawdown initiatives. So not only will your dishes be clean, but you'll also be giving back to the environment. It's a win-win situation!

Materials

100% Wool.

Packaging

Paper Sleeve.

Full Circle Wool 

Full Circle Wool began in 2013 with the start of Capella Grazing Project. Conceived and operated by Marie Hoff, Capella Grazing Project integrates heritage breed Ouessant sheep with landscapes in need of the service of grazing, such as vineyards, orchards, and private property seeking fire prevention and brush management. Capella Grazing has since folded in with Marie's next project, sourcing wool from Climate Beneficial ranches (as verified by the nonprofit Fibershed) across Northern CA. Proceeds return to those ranches to support carbon farming practices. These practices include compost application, rotational grazing management, hedgerow establishment, and cover crop. By sequestering carbon out of the atmosphere and storing it deep down in the soil, these practices benefit us all by mitigating and reversing climate change. All processing of the wool is done within the United States, as close to our home base as possible. Marie continues to run her Ouessant sheep, and rents their services to properties looking for grazing at particular times of year. They are based in Mendocino County, California. Committed to a healthy future, Full Circle Wool works to connect people with the land they inhabit in a deep, meaningful, and nourishing way.