I get questions like “Why do you share your knowledge?What is in it for you?”My answer to that is, “What is knowledge if no one else knows it or no one understands it?”When I create my content I try to create it so everyone can understand.I want to bring the world up with me.That is what gives it meaning and context.Me sitting alone in a room all quiet about what I know is just selfish.When I discover new information, the first thing that comes to my mind is how can I share this with others.
Before I share a brand new video with you, I want to provide a reminder that today — Monday, September 28th— is the last day to register for Foraging Wild Mushrooms. After midnight, registration will be closed for the season.
If you want to learn the skills involved in safely and successfully harvesting wild mushrooms with confidence, Foraging Wild Mushrooms can help you achieve that goal.
Now on to this week’s brand new video — a video in which we take a look at the discrepancies involved in classifying nature.
Over the years I’ve come to realize that things in nature don’t always fit so neatly into human-constructed categories.
Take the Freckled Dapperling, for instance.
The Freckled Dapperling is a wild mushroom that grows on plant debris during the autumn season. Some sources claim that the Freckled Dapperling is edible; others state that it’s inedible; and plenty of other sources claim that it’s poisonous.
Needless to say, the Freckled Dapperling is a mushroom that’s certainly worthy of our attention, and in the following video, I do my best to answer some very important questions about this fascinating fungus.