Cotton Board partners with Sheryl Crow, New Orleans and habitat for humanityCotton Board partners with Sheryl Crow, New Orleans and habitat for humanity
The Blue Jeans Go Green program has collected 10,000 pairs of blue jeans for this initiative and provided UltraTouch™ Denim Insulation for all 10 homes being built.
May 28, 2015
Stacey Gorman with the Cotton Board has just released a n article that includes a montage of photos from a recent unique partnership with the Blue Jeans Go Green recycling program, New Orleans Habitat for Humanity, Sheryl Crow and the Cotton Board Staff.
The project includes building 10 houses in 10 days to commemorate the 10 years since Hurricanes Katrina and Rita tore through the area leaving widespread devastation.
Each of the houses will be insulated with recycled denim housing insulation. See more at the Cotton Board website.
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