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INTRODUCTION

Have you ever thought about where the clothes you and your family wear come from, or the dressing you put on your salad, or the sheets you crawl under at night before you go to sleep?  It comes from cotton!  Cotton.the most important and widely used fiber ever known to man.  Cotton is used for thousands of things, including clothes, space suits for astronauts and ingredients in the food we eat.

How it is grown, cultivated, harvested and finally processed into cloth and other co-products is what you will be learning about in this story of cotton and Cotton's Journey - A field Trip in a Box.

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Our Cotton Board Regional Field Managers support education in all areas of the Cotton Belt.  They are an excellent source of information for persons interested in learning more about cotton.

Johnny Pitts, Senior Director of field Services-Mid-South.  Serving as the direct link to the Cotton Research and romotion Program for Upland cotton producers in Arkansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Mississippi and Tennessee.  Contact Johnny  at (662) 226-0091 or jpitts@cottonboard.org.

Marc Bankston ,Southeast Regional Director of Field Services.  Serving as the direct link to the Cotton Research and Promotion Program for Upland cotton producers in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia.  Contact Marc at (901) 274-1350 or mbankston@cottonboard.org

Paul Dugger, West Regional Director of Field Services.  Serving as the direct llink to the Cotton Research and Promotion Program for Upland cotton producers in Arizona and California.  Contact Paul at (901) 271-1360 or pdugger@cottonboard.org

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Cotton's Journey-A Field Trip In a Box CURRICULUM & ACTIVITIES CD-ROM

CD-ROM is formatted for Macintosh and PC's. The curriculum puts into practice the inquiry-based approach and meets many National Education Standards. Lessons are written for grades 1-3, 4-6, & 7-8, list objectives and the standards fulfilled and follows a simple format to allow for quick reference,.....


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A WEED IS A FLOWER Book

Brief text and pictures present the life of the man, born a slave, who became a scientist and devoted his entire life to helping the South improve its agriculture. Non-fiction, ages 4-8, 32-pages, paperback.

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