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There is a lot to find out about mushrooms.

  • Go on forays and meet with us; look at the Events page and foray preparation.
  • Find out who we are and what we do on the About page.
  • If you want to learn about identification of fungi check out the resources
  • Check out what’s ‘seasonable’ on the Recipes page.
  • For “How to Pick” info, look at the article Picking Mushrooms
  • For foray leaders you will want to review the checklist.
  • Visit the Blog including historical posts

Welcome to 2021! We’re starting off the year with a great series of monthly educational meetings online  Thursdays at 7:00 pm. The next will be February 11th with Janet Nelson training us how to use iNaturalist.org to document and help identify your finds. There is also a tie in the FunDiS.org, formerly the North American Mycoflora Project that we could participate in as citizen scientists.

The educational meetings and this year’s foray dates and tentative locations are posted on our 2021 schedule of educational events and forays is posted on the events page.

Good Information:

Here is an excellent series of Medicinal Mushrooms articles by Dianna Smith who is editor of the NAMA magazime McIllvania and former Mycophile newsletter editor. If you were wondering….

Scientific Research & Medicinal Fungi

and Medicinal Fungi: Hype & Hope and

finally Glass Half Full or Half Empty

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Potlach land purchased by Conservation Society and will be accessible for foraging.

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Paul Bunyan Mushroom Club is an affiliate of the North American Mycological Society and you can download the NAMA Mycophile newsletter (current and past) on their publications page.

Check out an interesting article about mushrooms helping a central American indigenous community overcome abusive loggers and government oppression.

Newest on the Recipe page: Shiitake Immune-Strengthening Soup
Where Can I Pick Mushrooms?

An informative article about this topic (from another area).

Where are PBMC Members? Check out the map
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