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Old blue jeans don't fade away -- they insulate homes for Habitat for Humanity

Published 11/01/2009, Agweek

Like wood chips and corn stover, the cotton in millions of pairs of blue jeans in this country are a form of biomass, and that biomass now is being collected by students at North Dakota State University and other universities to insulate homes for Habitat for Humanity.

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