This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Ramblers Way. All opinions are 100% mine.
Look at this lamb. Look how happy this lamb is. This is one of the lambs raised at Ramblers Way Farm in Kennebunk, Maine.
Ramblers Way, from the folks at Tom’s of Maine, sells clothing and underwear made from organic wool.
The sheep used for the wool are bred naturally and graze rotationally. In addition, they use gentle combs and humane handling systems when shearing and sorting. Trained animals are employed to protect and move the flocks.
Although all Ramblers Way clothing is white, it’s an excellent way to “go green.” Ramblers Way uses minimal packaging from reclaimed materials that are compostable and recyclable. The farm generates renewable solar and geothermal energy, and uses bio-fuels in its trucks and tractors.
Ramblers Way is an excellent way to purchase warm, durable clothing that also supports American farming and the community of Kennebunk.
So if you’re looking for a new, eco-friendly way to shop, head over to Ramblers Way and check out their lines of cuddly clothing.