Join Bill and Jerri White at their Alaska Sports Lodge for the highly popular Alaska Foray. The dates this year are August 27 – September 3.
Beautiful scenery, wildlife, fresh seafood and mushrooms! Edibles often found include Boletes, Gypsies, Hedgehogs, Lactarius deliciosus, and Alaska Gold, Phaeolepiota aurea. Fungal diversity can be astonishing, with some forays yielding over 200 species.
"Sparassis americana in North Carolina" by Judy and Bobb Lipp
Roaming the East Coast in our RV. Pretty dry out here until we went into the Pisgah National Forest near the North Carolina Arboretum. It's practically a rain forest there. Must have seen over 50 species without looking hard and literally thousands of mushrooms.It was hard to ever be out of sight of at least 5 species at a time. Fun to see so many different species that are different or uncommon to the West Coast...
|WHAT:||2016 September General Meeting: Noah Siegel|
|WHEN:||09/21/2016, 6-9 pm|
|WHERE:||Harvey West Scout House, Harvey West Scout House|
Please join us for our General Meeting at the Harvey West Scout House. We will open earlier at 6PM, this month, so people can come and purchase a book or two at $35 and get them signed by both authors who will be present. Refreshments will be provided and informal mushroom ID from 7:00 - 7:30. A discussion of upcoming events will precede our speaker, Noah Siegel who will discuss his latest book, Mushrooms of the Redwood Coast, co-written with our local Christian Schwarz.
Six years in the making, the newly published Mushrooms of the Redwood Coast is the definitive guide to mushrooms in the diverse ecological zones of this region. Gain a better understanding about the mushrooms of northern California, hear some of the stories behind the book, and enjoy a selection of breathtaking photographs; from common edibles to rare and remarkable species.