Issue Area: Mycology

Abundant Edible Landscapes

Imagine stepping out your door with a basket and leisurely strollingaround your yard, all the while harvesting enough ingredients to make awhole meal upon your return to the kitchen. ¬†From your edible landscapeyou pick a few vine ripened heirloom tomatoes, dig up some sweetpotatoes and a ginger root or two, …

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African Mycological Association AMA

The African Mycological Association (AMA) promotes mycology through contact amongst members in Africa and abroad, and also in organising regional congresses. A current aim is to hold the fifth African Mycology Conference (RMC5) in South Africa in 2005 in conjunction with the 43rd Southern African Society for Plant Pathology (SASPP) …

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American Phytopathological Society APS

The American Phytopathological Society APS is a non profit, professional, scientific organisation dedicated to the study and control of plant diseases.Vision:The APS will be a diverse global community of scientists that: provides credible and beneficial information related to plant health; advocates and participates in the exchange of knowledge with the …

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Asheville Mushroom Club AMC

We are a diverse group of people whose common interest is to leam about and collect all kinds of fungi and to enjoy eating edible mushrooms we gather. At our meetings, we hear from experts – many of them club members – about different aspects of fungi identification, folklore, cultivation …

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Australasian Mycological Society AMS

AMS mission is to maintain contact between and to represent mycologists, to promote the discipline of mycology and to encourage and facilitate the study and conservation of Australasian fungi.First established in 1993 the Australian Mycological Society was incorporated in 1995 as the Australasian Mycological Society Inc.The Society aims to cover …

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Beautiful Day

Beautiful Day is an ecological landscaping service dedicated to bringing you a sustainable garden and fresh food from your front yard.

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Berkshire Mycological Society BMS

A Club for those interested in wild mushrooms in Western Massachusetts and adjoining areas of Connecticut and New York.We started picking mushrooms together in the summer of 2000. We really got going strong in 2001. Maybe one day we will even get non-profit status and become official, but I doubt …

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British Lichen Society

The Society was formed in 1958 to stimulate and advance interest in all branches of lichenology. The first society in the world entirely devoted to the study of lichens, it has many overseas as well as British members.The Society has an extensive herbarium of specimens, predominantly of British Lichens.ObjectsTo promote …

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