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Mushroom Cultivation Design Course dates Now Open for 2017

  Our 6-Day intensive hands-on course in Mushroom Growing is now scheduled for 2017 dates, with our annual $100 discount in effect until December 21st!   This flagship first-of-its-kind course has brought together homesteaders, DIY gardeners, artists, teachers, home business start-ups, ecologists, and mushroom fans from around the globe since 2012.     In 2017 we…

Mushroom history

A People’s History of Mushroom Cultivation :

Presentation by Fungi For The People founder Ja Schindler at the Cascade Mycological Society, Thursday March 12th, 2015. FREE and open to the public. Meet at 7:00 pm, room 115, Science Building (Building 16) at Lane Community College in Eugene, Oregon (Main Campus at 4000  30th Ave) Presentation Description: “Adventure into the discoveries, epiphanies, and…

Pink Oyster | Pleurotus djamor

Scholarship Announcement for 5-Day Courses in 2015!

Notice Application Deadline was March 1st and is now closed We are happy to announce that Fungi For The People has recently received a grant to offer 2 spaces in our upcoming 5-Day courses for 2015! With the increased costs of hosting workshops we have been working to find creative funding sources for securing spaces…

MCDC Sept Shorty

Mushroom Cultivation Design Course just announced for September 2014

Join us at our Mushroom Homestead in Eugene, Oregon to learn the practices of mushroom growing in this unique 5 day course from a team of experienced cultivators. This course is an excellent primer for anyone thinking of working with mushrooms for food and medicine, sustainable agriculture, ecological landscaping, soil building, or business development –…

Mushroom Cultivation Design Course, March – 2013

A full week of hands-on and ecologically appropriate mushroom cultivation!  This is a deep introduction to community and small-medium scale mushroom growing for food, medicine, and resiliency. It will be hosted at Lost Valley Educational Center, a permaculture homestead paradise here in Oregon… Click on the poster for full description: