Why Patagonia, Gucci, And Timberland Are Making A Big Bet On Farming

You’ve heard about farm-to-table dining. Are you ready for farm-to-closet fashion? Over the past 40 years, the $1.3 trillion fashion industry has created a vast, complex supply chain. Most brands work with factories and mills to make clothes, but few go all the way back to the farms where the cotton, wool, or rubber is produced. That’s beginning to change. Read more at Fast Company.