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Amid staggering statistics of deforestation and corruption, Madagascar's illegal rosewood trade has made millionaires of a few and rendered death to many. At the final hour when families gather to honor their dead, one of the most sacred customs—the burial shroud—historically woven from wild silk is now in short supply, forcing the bereaved to use cheaper material from China which in the end, does not withstand the test of time. Join Wild Fibers editor Linda Cortright for an in-depth lecture on the country's ongoing challenges framed against a background of spectacular coast and leaping lemurs. 


Please note: After confirmation of your purchase, you will receive a second email with a pdf file, containing the link to the recording. 

Recording Link to Madagascar Zoom

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