The winter mushroom season is almost upon us, and at the request of those eager to pursue educational opportunities during the winter months, I’ve decided to open the doors to Foraging Wild Mushrooms for the next 7 days.
This 4-season online course is designed to help you safely, successfully, and confidently forage wild mushrooms from the forest, from the field, and even from your own backyard.
Whether you’re interested in foraging for food, for medicine, for study, or just for fun, Foraging Wild Mushrooms covers the most important lessons to get you started.
In addition to over 70 step-by-step exclusive and instructional videos included within the course, you’ll also receive:
- Supplemental handouts covering mushroom anatomy, terminology, and biology that you can download and print for easy viewing.
- A 42-page guide to medicinal mushrooms that summarizes the latest research on the most popular medicinal fungi with over 75 peer-reviewed references.
- Immediate and lifetime access to all materials.
Additionally, a portion of all proceeds derived from course sales will be donated to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy — a nonprofit organization whose mission it is to protect and restore exceptional places and forests for the benefit of present and future generations.
Since 1932, the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy has protected more than a quarter-million acres of natural places. To express gratitude, and to ensure that these and many more wild places exist for generations to come, I find it imperative to support organizations that in turn directly support the land.
Therefore, a portion of all proceeds derived from this enrollment period will be donated to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy for use in land conservation.
Please note that enrollment for Foraging Wild Mushrooms is open for one week only — from today until Monday, December 21st. After that, enrollment will be closed for the season.
To learn more about the course, check out this video which gives an overview of what you can expect.
Thanks for your continued support, and I hope to see you in there!