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Mt. Hood Mushrooms Workshop

Sunday, September 03, 2017, 04:30pm - 06:00pm

In this workshop we will learn about basic taxonomy, traditional usages, ecological niches and evolutionary strategies for the mushrooms on Mt. Hood. Jordan S. Weiss will present, and then host a Q and A. There will then be an area where collected and identified specimen will be-easily viewed by all.

Jordan has been teaching low-tech methods of mushroom cultivation in the Pacific Northwest for several years and in that time has worked with Portland, Oregon-based non-profits and a few intentional communities. Jordan is an active member of the OMS (OregonMycological Society) since 2007 and has taught dozens of low-tech mushroom cultivation workshops in the PNW for the past eight years. He presented at the first Radical Mycology Convergence in Concrete, WA in 2011 and has worked with a number of Portland-based non-profit organizations and intentional communities. "Applicable Mycology" is the title of his first book on the subject of low-tech mycology: he will be presenting it at this year's Telluride Mushroom Festival.

This workshop will take place at our Bark Basecamp. For driving directions, click here.



Event Sponsor  Bark