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
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