Sustainable Cotton Project
"The Sustainable Cotton Project (SCP) is an internationally recognized California-farm based program dedicated to changing the way cotton, one of the world's most widely traded commodities, is farmed and marketed.
"We connect growers, manufacturers and consumers to develop a Cleaner Cotton™ supply chain in California's productive Central Valley. Founded in 1996, SCP works with innovative growers to produce a high-quality fiber without using the most toxic pesticides and herbicides in agriculture."
- Marcia Gibbs - Executive Director, Sustainable Cotton Project
- Lynda Grose - Fashion Designer and Cotton Marketing Specialist
Accessed May 2014: 
The Sustainable Cotton Project thanks its sponsors and partners for helping make our project work a success.
GOVERNMENT GRANTS California State Water Resources Control Board State of California Environmental Protection Agency - Region 9 United States Department of Agriculture – Conservation Innovation Grant United States Department of Agriculture – Value Added Producer Grant Western Center for Risk Management Education
- Global Action Through Fashion
- GAP Inc.
- Levi Strauss & Company
- Woodbury College
- California College of the Arts
- Peter Hegarty
- Horny Toad
- American Apparel
PROJECT SUPPORTERS University of California Integrated Pest Management University of California Cooperative Extension Almond Board of California City of Firebaugh Dos Palos Cooperative Gin Calcot SCP Farmers