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Oregon Mushroom Stories

Ecotrust and Edible Portland have released a three-video series, Oregon Mushroom Stories, to share our wonder and excitement about the mycological world of the Pacific Northwest.

Mushroom Fanatics, on Film

Explore the veiled world of local mushroom foragers and farmers

Ecotrust and Edible Portland have released a three-video series, Oregon Mushroom Stories, to share our wonder and excitement about the mycological world – both natural and cultural – of the Pacific Northwest.

The Matsutake Hunter: Comb the craters of Mt. Hood with Amy Peterson, a master mushroom hunter (pictured above).

The Mushroom Farmers: Explore the cave-like chambers where friends Brian Shaw and Dan Thall grow organic cremini and portabella mushrooms in Hood River.

The High School Teacher: Visit the lab and forest classroom where Jeff Mauck teaches a hands-on science course on how to grow culinary mushrooms at an alternative school in Coos Bay.

 

OREGON MUSHROOM STORIES is a project of Ecotrust, Edible Portland, G. Kennedy Creative, and Belly & Bones, made possible in part by the Regional Arts & Culture Council. Learn more at oregonmushroomstories.org and find all three videos at vimeo.com/channels/mushrooms

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