Online Mushroom Production Course Offered Feb. 2015

Forest mushroom cultivation is an emerging niche crop with potential to improve farmer stewardship of forests while offering a unique and highly desired product. Learn the background, techniques and economics of small outdoor (forest grown) commercial mushroom production in an online course starting February 24th.  BF 150: Woodland Mushroom Cultivation is a 6-week online course that consists of weekly real-time webinars followed by homework, readings, and discussions on your own time in an online setting. This class is part of the line-up of 12 online courses offered this Fall, Winter and Spring by the Cornell Small Farms Program. Click here to learn which courses would be best for you, read about our team of experienced instructors, see answers to Frequently Asked Questions, and view the calendar of course offerings for 2014-2015.

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  1. Avatar of Joy Schuster Joy Schuster on July 20, 2015 at 9:27 am

    Hi, I’m a high school teacher currently teaching in an alternative high school in the Milwaukee County Jail. I would love to participate in this course for professional as well as personal reasons. Is there room in the next course? If so I would like to apply 🙂
    Thank you,
    Joy Ellen Schuster
    Milwaukee County Youth Education Center, Site 411, MPS

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