Plans so far in 2019:
As mentioned on a previous page our members get to enjoy several forays in the spring and again in the fall. All we’re waiting for is perfect mushroom weather! Check this page often to see if there is a foray or class planned. The plan this fall is to have several one day forays.
September 11 (second Wednesday) We are having Jay Doty his topic; Medical uses of Psylicybin mushrooms in the treatment of medical conditions. Not a class to teach drug users how to ID Psylicybins. Time: Doors open 6:30PM speaker starts at 7:00PM – 9:00PM. Location: Gardiner Community Center, 980 Old Gardiner Road, Sequim
Other speakers TBD
October 9 (Second Wednesday) Meeting discussion is to be on “what to take when mushroom hunting & how not to get lost!” Put on by club officers. Doors open at 6:30 Meeting starts at 7:00
November 13 (Second Wednesday) guest speaker is Steve Trudell who co-authored “Mushrooms of the Pacific northwest”. His topic: Mushroom ecology w/ trees, w/ a trip prior to the meeting, into the woods to ID trees. This will also be elections night and our last meeting until spring of next year.
October 12th @ 3PM mushroom growing
Lili Athair of Moral Compass (out near Joyce) will be teaching a mushroom growing class at her farm. The charge will be $20 for members $25 for non-members. This includes a mushroom growing kit. You can pay at the class but you must pre-register as space is limited. If interested email us at email@example.com Directions will be emailed after you register.
The 3rd Annual Forks Foray was held at the Three Rivers Resort October 27-29th, 2017.
April 12-14 2018 We had a most successful workshop with Fred Rhodes . For those of you who attended the general meeting at Gardiner, Fred Rhodes’ “Mushrooms in 3D” was an excellent introduction to the season.
2018 The two day class at the Dungeness River Audubon Center focused on learning how to use keys and computer software to identify mushrooms. Danny Miller will continue that process with us on May 3 when we will host him for an all day class at the Dungeness River Audubon Center. There should be many more mushrooms out by then!
If you are interested in signing up for any of the events please contact us. Please feel free to show up early with mushrooms so we can work on getting them ID’ed. Meetings are open to the public & snacks are provided.