Kathy Heinrichs Wiest, a manager and board member of the Tagua Fair Trade nonprofit store in Fig Garden Village, shows a basket woven by craftswomen in Rwanda, made from dyed sisal fibers and sweet grass.
Kathy Heinrichs Wiest, a manager and board member of the Tagua Fair Trade nonprofit store in Fig Garden Village, shows a basket woven by craftswomen in Rwanda, made from dyed sisal fibers and sweet grass. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
Kathy Heinrichs Wiest, a manager and board member of the Tagua Fair Trade nonprofit store in Fig Garden Village, shows a basket woven by craftswomen in Rwanda, made from dyed sisal fibers and sweet grass. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com

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