Just a reminder that on Monday, September 16th, I’ll be opening registration for my online course Foraging Wild Mushrooms. This course is designed for beginner-level mushroom enthusiasts who are looking to confidently and successfully harvest wild mushrooms for food, for medicine, for study, and for fun.
If you’re interested in signing up for Foraging Wild Mushrooms, mark your calendar for Monday, September 16th and visit this link.
And now on to this week’s brand new video!
I’ve never been one to judge a mushroom based on its size. Teeny-tiny fungi can be equally as fascinating as big, beefy mushrooms.
During a recent walk through a beautiful forest, I encountered all kinds of small mushrooms whose roles were no less essential than those of the larger fungi. Rather than keep these fungal encounters to myself, I thought I’d pull out my camera and document the fun.
If you’re interested in learning some neat things about a few of the smaller mushrooms that may be growing in your neck of the woods, check out the brand new video!
Speaking of fascinating fungi, have you ever met a blue mushroom that smelled strongly of anise? Pictured here is one such fragrant fungus that commonly decomposes forest debris during the summer and autumn months. To learn more about this mushroom, and to view more photographs, check out the recent Instagram post!
Thanks for reading and watching, and as always, thank you for your support!