A craftsman in the Fez Medina shows how thread is sustainably cultivated from the agave cacti, which is found in Southern Morocco. The thread, referred to as sabra silk, is colored with vegetable dye and then handwoven to make scarfs, tablecloths and other goods. Photo by Hannah Steinkopf-Frank.
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