Photos from 2016 100th Annual Meeting in Grand Rapids, Michigan
The Potato Association of America “ENDOWMENT FUND DONORS” Gifts made to the Endowment Funds may be given “In Memory Of” or “In Honor Of” PAA members, family members, or to the Frank L. Haynes Graduate Student Research Award Fund. Contributions are cumulative, eventually qualifying […]
Positions currently available in the Potato Industry: Post-doctoral Research Associate, Pullman, WA – 06/07/16 MHPEC Applied Potato Research Agronomist – 07/21/2016 Regional Agronomist -Little Potato Company, Western Canada – 08/16/2016 Crop Improvement Global Leader at CIP in Peru – 09/22/2016 Asst/Assoc Prof-Breeding & Genetics-Univ-Minnesota […]
The 101st Annual Meeting of The Potato Association of America will be held July 23rd – July 27th at the Holiday Inn, Fargo, North Dakota. More information will be posted as soon as it is provided but start making plans now. Website: Coming Soon
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The Potato Association of America (PAA) was formed in 1913 by a handful of dedicated individuals from Maine, New York, Colorado and Washington D.C. Members are primarily from the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Latin America, but another 30 countries throughout the world are represented in the membership.
Two top-rated potato magazines..Potato Grower and Spudman..have published articles about PAA’s 100th meeting coming up July 31 – August 4, 2016 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. This is an invitation to members and non-members to join The PAA Executive Committee and Local Arrangement Committee to come […]
The American Journal of Potato Research (AJPR), formerly titled the American Potato Journal (APJ), is a premier outlet for reporting of scientific advances on the potato. The AJPR is recognized internationally by contributors and readership. View the current issue’s table of contents from our […]
William L. Campbell Bill Campbell’s life has been intertwined with the potato since his first undergraduate experiment at Oregon State University in 1978. Over time, he became the go-to guy for all things potato for the state of Alaska, from providing seed to […]
Mike Thornton has accepted the role as The European Association for Potato Research (EAPR) country representative for the USA effective February, 2016. His primary responsibilities will be to facilitate communication and synergy between EAPR and PAA. Look for updates on planned sectional meetings […]