WEDNESDAY, April 21, 3PM EST
BUILDING COMMUNITY WITH FUNGI
Mushrooms are a great medium to build community knowledge and produce valuable food and medicines for community health and resiliency. Join us for a discussion with several New York organizations utilizing mushrooms to fulfill a mission to support their local communities.
Future Webinar Topics for 2021:
June 16 - POC Fungi Community Share
August 18 - Mycotopia with Doug Bierend
October 20 - Mushroom Producer Research Update
Dec 15 - At the Intersection of Fungi and Art
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Both online courses are available for self-study at ANY TIME by registering through the links below. Enrollment includes lifetime access to the materials and we offer live updated sessions each spring semester in six-week blocks. BF 151 usually runs live from January - early February and BF 153 from mid-February through late March.
BF 151: Woodland Mushroom Cultivation
Growing Mushrooms on Logs, Stumps, and Woodchips
This course trains new and experienced farmers in the background, techniques, and economics of farm scale woodland mushroom production. Students will learn the basic biology of mushrooms, cultivation techniques for shiitake, oyster, lions mane, and stropharia mushrooms, proper conditions for fruiting, management needs, and harvesting and marketing mushrooms.
BF 153: Indoor Specialty Mushroom Production
Cultivating in Spare Rooms, Basements, and Buildings
This course trains new and experienced farmers in the background, techniques, and economics of farm scale indoor commercial production. Students will learn the basic biology of mushrooms, cultivation techniques, proper conditions for fruiting, management needs, and harvesting and marketing mushrooms.