They say that the only permanent thing in this world is change. That we have to always go with the flow of technology and modernization. We do have to go with the flow of technology and modernization but we don’t have to sacrifice the things that we grew up with and the things we love. We also fall apart when this happens.
The small towns of America has suffered because of the way companies do business nowadays. Companies are now outsourcing cheaper labors and resources forcing local factories to close down.
Ramblers Way Farm is changing the way American business is done. Rambler’s Way sources, grows, and produces their fine woolen apparel using 100% domestic resources. They have brought manufacturing facilities into distressed small towns and are helping to revitalize the communities. They managed to be modern yet do business in the traditional way. Even the corporate office they have which is located in downtown Kennebunk, Maine is a refurbished building built in 1792.This building has been restored to its original condition, while being modernized to meet today’s environmental standards. They have even achieved the coveted Gold Lead Certification level!
All this while making comfortable, next-to-skin soft worsted wool apparel. This is what I would proudly call Made in America. Something made sustainably on American Soil.