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Episode 047: Chris Dyer of Garths Croft Bressay

Anne sits down with Chris Dyer of Garths Croft Bressay to talk about the archeology and history of Shetland, as well as his experience moving into sustainable crofting.

Links to Things Mentioned in the Episode

Chris Dyer at Garths Croft Bressay on Instagram. Visit his Instagram account to purchase gift cards and tote bags that spotlight Chris’s flock of Shetland Sheep.
Thank you to Jamieson and Smith for providing recording space for the interview. If you would prefer to watch the interview with Chris Dyer, find it on their YouTube channel.
A quick introduction to some of the archaeological sites on Shetland from Shetland.org.
And more information about the aims of the Shetland Amenity Trust in preserving the archaeological sites of Shetland.
Information about the Shetland breed.
The poster of the different markings in Shetland Sheep.

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The host of the I Thought I Knew How Podcast and Online International Fiber Festival.

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