We are committed to our customers and our community – we pay a fair price for fibers sourced from family-owned farms, we insure equitable evaluation of fiber quality, we offer diverse employment opportunities, and we make environmentally responsible choices in all aspects of our procurement, processing and distribution.
We embrace and respect the nature, history, and culture of our place on the land in the Upper Hudson Valley; and strive to sustain this rural heritage for future generations. We furnish access to local processing for farmers, unique materials for handcrafters, and authentic experiences for visitors to the region.
Learn more about us by listening to podcasts we have been on:
- Professional Weaver Podcast : Mary Jeanne Packer on Working with a Spinning Mill
- Weave : Commercial Scale Local Wool Carding and Spinning with Mary Jeanne Packer of Battenkill Fibers
- Power Purls Podcast : Farm to Fabric: Staying local with Mary Jeanne Packer of Battenkill Fibers
- Collage Creative with Amy Small : Mary Jeanne Packer: Creating and coming back from a fire to create Battenkill Fibers
- The Farm Report Ep 128 : The Fiber Series: From Fleece to Yarn with Mary Jeanne Packer
- The Farm Report Ep 126: The Fiber Series: Mary Jeanne Packer and Mary Pratt