Woman in blue shirt stands in field of flax, holding harvested plants

Flax to Linen Project Weaves History With Experience

The path to a deeper understanding of rural New England’s pre-industrial textile economy begins in a muddy field on the edge of UNH’s Woodman Horticultural Research Farm. There, a historian and an agriculture professor, along with students in UNH’s museum studies program, have joined forces for an... Read More

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