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6th Annual

Mycelium Mysteries

Women's Mushroom Conference

September 23, 24 & 25, 2022 | Almond, WI
Featuring Keynote Speakers:
Suzanne Simard, New York Times Bestselling Author of Finding the Mother Tree
Barbara Ching, Former President of the North American Mycological Association
Patricia Armstrong,
Mushroom & Lichen Researcher & Educator
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Mushrooms: The Grandmothers of Our Ecosystems

This weekend-long women's mushroom conference will focus on understanding fungi as the Grandmothers of our ecosystems. Silently shaping the soil beneath our feet, fungi are key players in Earth's health and the trajectory of human culture around the globe. Still, we find ourselves in a time where the study of fungi is considered to be a neglected megascience, their mycelium, a mystery. It is our goal to help modern women connect with the roles and wisdom of our female ancestors who always maintained and shared their visceral understanding of the Fungal Queendom.

Workshops from beginner to advanced include topics in wild mushroom skills, fungal ecology, fungi and human health, and ethnomycology. This is a place to share knowledge and get comfortable with using our mycological skills in a supportive, fungal community!

Grow Your Mushroom Wisdom!

Access workshop and keynote recordings from previous years' Mycelium Mysteries in the Herbal Women Classroom.