Explore the fascinating world of the kingdom Fungi with amateur mycologist Joanne Schwartz. She will describe methods for locating and identifying wild mushrooms in Southern California and beyond, as well as understanding their place in nature – oaks, pines, orchids and more are dependent on fungal associations. We will hear tales of fungal folklore and consider eating and growing them. Joanne will bring her collection of mushroom hunting gear and ID resources … and mushrooms too, if they are fruiting locally.
Her collecting in 2017 has focused in the Redwoods and southern Sierra, as well as Wyoming, Colorado and Utah. Her presentation will feature recent finds from these locations.
Ages: 8 and up
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March 13, 2018
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Getting Friendly with Fungi Lecture
Explore the fascinating world of the kingdom Fungi with amateur mycologist Joanne Schwartz. She will describe methods for locating and identifying wild... More info at www.sanclementejournal.com/events/133087/getting-friendly-with-fungi-lecture
The Reserve at Rancho Mission Viejo / The Richard and Donna O'Neill Conservancy 28811 Ortega Hwy. , San Juan Capistrano , CA 92675