Unique, handmade non-woven wild-gathered silk cocoon textiles from Madagascar made into baskets, wall décor, table top accessories and even face masks from Sehatry ny Mpamokatra Landy Ifotony(Organization of Wild Silk Producers) and Conservation through PovertyAlleviation (CPALI). Our non-spun textiles are produced using a no-kill method that conserves the vital rainforest area without harming the silkworms or other native species. Malagasy farmers raise, harvest the silkworms themselves and then make the final products into beautiful silk textiles that can be sewn together, embroidered on, dyed. The group also produces hand woven raffia palm mats, trim and ribbon. All products are handicrafts from the rainforests of Madagascar.
100% of the profits from Ta'na'na® Silk is returned directly to Madagascar. Help us support Madagascar's forests and GoWild!