Ta'na'na Newsletter #5

Written by Stella Gryler


Posted on September 22 2020

Hello all, and happy September! Fall is in the air, and we at Ta’na’na Silk couldn’t be more excited about it. Keep reading for a peek at some of our favorite fall décor, a look at the creatures behind our silk, and a super exciting opportunity to WIN one of our Wild Silk baskets!!

baskets on couch              cocoon delivery

 We are SO excited to announce our first-ever Ta’na’na Silk contest & GIVEAWAY!! To win one of our beautiful Wild Silk baskets, submit your best guess of how many whole Ceranchia cocoons are in this delivery of 70 kg/155 lbs of cocoons. Whoever submits the estimate closest to the correct answer WINS! Enter by simply responding to this email with your guess. Good luck to all and may the best estimator win! 

wall hanging

Product highlight: Wall Décor

As the days start to get shorter and the weather cooler, we know how important it is to have a home interior that you feel good about. Our Wild Silk décor is a perfect way to bring something new, exciting, and gorgeous to your walls. Most important, though, is that your purchase directly supports conservation and poverty alleviation in Madagascar—now THAT is something to feel good about!

basket display

Over the past few weeks, we have heard from many of our customers with pictures of how they have put their Wild Silk products to use in their home, and we love it! We want to extend that call to the rest of you—share a picture of your Ta’na’na products in your home on social media and tag us so we can feature you! We love to see how you have incorporated Wild Silk into your home, and we are sure our followers would, too. 😊

suraka moth

Have you ever seen such beautiful moths? Malagasy farmers collect the cocoons of these wild species using a no-kill method that allows the larvae to continue their development into the incredible moths pictured here and contribute to the ecosystem our project strives to protect! The Suraka moth pictured here is just one of the moths that produce the cocoons we use for our silk.



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