Sb Party In The Tar Heel State!

Once again, Seed is planning parties with readers and you're invited! Around the world, wherever sciblings are, we'll be celebrating our one millionth comment (expected to happen some time mid-September). There will be shindigs in Michigan, Oklahoma, Iowa, Minnesota, New York, San Francisco, Vancouver, London, and more... watch the blogs for announcements. And North Carolinians are in for a treat because we're sort of the unofficial Scienceblogs capitol with 7-8 sciblings expected.

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Mark your calendars for September 20th and we'll meet you at the N.C. Zoo in Asheboro. They'll be a tour including a visit to the new Valerie H. Schindler Wildlife Learning Center where we'll connect with researchers, teachers, and students. Afterwards, join us to eat, drink, and be merry! Details to come, but first we need an idea of how many readers may be there so comment or email if you plan to make it...

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