Education & Research Web Sites
Agricultural legal information.
|American Cotton Museum|
Dedicated to the preservation of the history of the American cotton industry.
|Apparel and Textile Education Xchange|
Bridges the gap between the industry and apparel and textile educational supplies.
This new site provides a portal that integrates websites, downloadable documents, social media and real-time news feeds that have been “cultivated” in an effort to reduce the time spent sorting through pages of irrelevant search results.
Increases the demand for and profitability of cotton through research and promotion. This is the organization that owns the Seal of Cotton and produces the 'Fabric of Our Lives' commercials.
|Cotton Pickin' Web|
Provides links to cotton production information across the Cotton Belt.
Educates and informs teachers and students of the benefits that the cotton industry provides.
|Council for Biotechnology Information|
Committed to providing objective, balanced information for a better understanding and appreciation of the benefits biotechnology offers, as well as encouraging informed debate about the issues biotechnology raises.
|Frogmore Cotton Plantation and Gins|
Cotton…then and now is the story told at Frogmore Plantation. Visitors can pick cotton all months except May and June when the plants are immature. An 1800-acre working cotton plantation, Frogmore has eighteen restored buildings that date from the early 1800's. Along with the history of the early Natchez planters, the tour includes a rare Smithsonian-quality steam cotton gin.
|Measurement, Control & Automation Association|
Promotes the progress of the measurement, control and automation industry through targeted studies, ongoing programs and special projects designed to increase the understanding of the markets for the products of the industry and members' knowledge about the nature of their industry and opportunities within the marketplace.