Yuma Children’s Academy Builds Milk Jug Igloo

February 16, 2017 No Comments Post a comment

Kids at Yuma Children’s Academy in Yuma, Colo. found a new way to enjoy dairy when the staff there built them a milk jug igloo. The academy goes through about 15 gallons of milk each week, so when someone had the idea of building an igloo out of recycled milk jugs, they decided to save up and try it.

“We saved every milk jug we used and even had family donations to help us out!” said Danielle Davisson, Director at the academy.

In the end, it took 6 months to save up 450 milk jugs and 4 days to build the igloo. They used 300 hot glue sticks to put the whole thing together and then spent a couple weeks reading and playing in the igloo.

“It was fun to re-purpose something simple and turn it into something fun for the children,” Davisson said. “It was such a fun project.”

milk jug igloo

Categories: Dairy Farmers, New Ways to Enjoy Dairy