(*Sponsored by Zoeganics & SOS From Texas)
You are incredibly involved and concerned. You want the best for yourself and your family. You read ingredient labels. You want non-toxic, sustainable products. You want real value. And you collectively helped us reach more than 2 million impressions at our March #CleanCouponing chat on Twitter! Yes, that’s nearly double our first Twitter chat AND we reached 2.7 million impressions with the #CleanCouponing theme in the days surrounding the event. Continue reading
*The following is a sponsored post for #CleanCouponing Twitter party sponsor SOS From Texas. All opinions are my own.
Colorful t-shirts in all sizes, for all seasons, plus tiny baby-sized organic cotton creations fill the online catalog for SOS From Texas. Just when you might have given up on organic cotton as too rare, too expensive, or not-to-be-found in the USA, there it is. Would you believe I found some cute t-shirts on sale there for under $10?
Oldham Farm Family
Courtesy: SOS From Texas
Today’s USA-made clothing creating fair wage jobs is also helping farm families like the Oldhams preserve their heritage. Gary Oldham says he comes from a family that was growing cotton in Texas a century ago. He has the photo to prove it. Oldham proudly continues the tradition with sustainable, organic growing methods like crop rotation, using beneficial insects, and avoiding toxic, persistent pesticides when he grows cotton.
Photos Courtesy: SOS From Texas