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Fall Mushrooms
Date: Friday, Sep 11 - Sunday, Sep 13, 2020
Subject: Nature Studies
Instructor: Cornelia ChoSam Landes
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Learning about fungi is most rewarding when done as a hands-on experience. Together we'll seek, gather, and discuss the basics of mushroom identification using print and online tools. Through presentations, woodland walks, and cooking demonstrations, you'll gain familiarity with fungi in the wild, while also developing your ability to differentiate between the "good", the "bad," and the "not so bad" species. We'll discuss the many roles of fungi, a keystone organism in our environment, including nutritional and medicinal properties. Moderate hiking ability recommended.

Tuition: $354.00

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Deposit: A deposit of $100.00 will be due upon checkout to hold your seat in this class.




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