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October 4th, 2017
"short presentations by our club members"
Join us this coming Wed, Oct 4th at 7pm, for "Citizen Science: short presentations by our club members" with Bill Sheehan will be talking about the project to eventually bring DNA documentation to all amateur mycologists across the country. Susan Harper will be talking about Mushroom Spore ID, Ton Tran will be talking about beating back Coronary Artery Disease with Auricularia. I will be helping with his presentation and also doing one about the Counter Culture Lab in Berkeley, CA and possibly may have a demo on mushroom preservation. Science is more accessible and more fun than ever and mycology is one field where you can start out as an English Major and end up becoming a world authority on mushrooms a la Gary Lincoff.
As always, try to come around 6:15 to meet, greet, and share in some snacks!
MCG features monthly meetings each year between February and November on a variety of fungi-related topics. To view some of our previous meetings go HERE.
DID YOU KNOW...
The oyster mushroom was first cultivated in Germany as a subsistence measure during World War I
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