Do we? It’s been three months since SCAA’s Symposium and I have been reflecting on several statements I heard while in Seattle. There were several that struck me, but the primary one was that 85% of wet mills do not use proven water efficient technology, as emphasized by Paul Hicks’ keynote. In their book Freakonomics, … More 18. Do We Really Care About Water?
If the 2015 SCAA Symposium had to be summarized in one word, I would summarize it with the word, “data.” We heard a lot of and a lot about data and the need for data derived decisions (alliteration win). I got the impression from presenters that we’ve been flying a little blind when it comes … More 17. Thoughts on Symposium 2015: Data Dangers
There are several ideas that have stuck with me through the last couple years. One of them was presented to me by a dinosaur hand puppet with lipstick and a purple hat. I was watching an early 90’s training video on the water cycle and this dinosaur was explaining water in prehistoric times and said, … More 15. Thoughts on Symposium 2015: Coffee & Water (Part 1)