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Happy Birthday Blue Jeans!!

Blue jeans are about as American as apple pie and this American tradition recently celebrated its 140th birthday.  Originally created to provide durable pants for miners and other laborers, denim jeans are now a major component of every American’s wardrobe … Continue reading

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Arizona Cotton Harvest as Experienced by Jan D’Atri

Jan D’Atri, local media celebrity, had fallen in love with Arizona agriculture. Follow her on her latest adventure on an Arizona cotton farm.

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Green Crafting: Arizona Cotton Wreaths are Green By Design

If you are into green crafting, check out this video for Arizona Cotton Bur wreaths!

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Creating with Cotton — Cotton Bur Wreath

Cotton is so much a part of our lives that we may not even be aware that it is in most of our clothing, furnishings and even the food we eat. The most commonly used parts of the plant are its fiber and its seed. However, from an artistic point of view what is left in the field after harvest is very valuable indeed.

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