Open House!

Hi all, Frank N. Foode™ here. Well while Anastasia and Karl are out pollinating corn each day, I thought I would take the reins of the blog a little bit and tell you about some of my recent adventures. Just a couple weeks ago I went to an open house for the American Society of Agronomy (ASA), Crop Science Society of America (CSSA), and Soil Science Society of America (SSSA). So the ASA/CSSA/SSSA open house, where they showed off their new building in Madison, Wisconsin. But all those S’s are a Stomata-full for a C4 plant like myself, so I’ll stick with calling them the Science Societies.
Science Societies Building
Here’s the outside of the building, so why don’t you head on inside to the whole photo album to see what I saw and meet who I met!


  1. Wonderful pictures!
    And I just love that Flickr plugin. I really need to make a “thanks to the lovely people who make the tech that lets us make this blog” page.

  2. Thanks for taking over for a bit, Frank! I think a page describing how this all works would be great in the future, in particular some of the new bells and whistles we’re cooking up. 🙂

  3. Dear Frank,
    Great photos and thanks for stopping by the open house. I had a chance to meet Karl but forgot to introduce myself to you.
    Make sure if you go to our Annual Meeting in Long Beach this year to give me a call, so I can set up media registration for you.
    I think you would find some of the technical sessions very informative, and it would be great to see you there.
    Best regards,
    James Giese
    Director of Science Communications

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