After a few deep dives into the mushroom cultivation, mycelium as biomaterials, and foraging, let's explore the single celled fungi - yeasts! As well as their symbiotic relationships with the Lactobacillus. Join us for this interactive sourdough workshop led by our fellow meetup member Laura Wooley to learn the ancient, mindful, and goddam delicious science of baking sourdough bread. We'll share a loaf of fresh bread and tackle the "whys" and "hows" of sourdough, so that after just two hours, you'll be well on your way to becoming a master of lactofermentation. After you learn to grow your own starter, you'll make your own dough to take home and bake.
We’re pleased to be selected to participate in Meetup’s newest program Meetup Experiences. Get your hands dirty in this playful, eco-conscious event, where we'll take a fascinating journey through the fungi world and deepen our connection to nature. You will be guided through the fungi life cycle over a cup of immune-boosting chaga tea. As we learn about the structural abilities of fungi, we'll build our own one-of-a-kind mushroom sculpture using mycelium and recycled materials.
After 8 weeks of learning and working, we will wrap up the four part mushroom cultivation lab series with reflections and troubleshooting discussions. As a mushroom cultivator, I tend to think this type of discussions and reflections are the most valuable part of our learning process as we experiment and develop our hands-on skills. This session is open to anyone who’s interested in growing or working with mushrooms as well as those who would like to learn more about the Lab Series particularly. Come to meet, share, and learn with the mushroom community! $10 suggested donation.
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In this 4 part mushroom cultivation lab series, you will learn to grow gourmet and medicinal mushrooms from scratch using simple, low cost, high yield cultivation techniques. We will meet every other week to go through the entire cultivation process and get as much hands-on as possible. You will learn to generate cultures from live mushrooms, produce large quantities of mushroom mycelium (also known as "spawn"), and build grow kits for fruiting mushrooms. Previous experience is not required. It's all about getting your hands dirty (or...clean indeed) and learning!
Curiouseed is very excited to cohost a special night of film, food, discussions with Seeds to Soil to connect with fungi and each other. We will screen the science documentary Fifth Kingdom: The Age of Fungi, followed by a delicious mushroom themed dinner and discussion.
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Join us for this very special inoculation party at the Osmunda Space. After an Acoustic Sound Meditation with being((:))sound, you will learn about fungi lifecycle, the structural ability of selected mushroom species, and build a living sculpture in the shape of a brain, which you will bring home and watch it flourish over the next 2-3 weeks.
We are excited to partner with Grow to Learn to bring this hands-on mushroom workshop to public school classrooms. Fungi are incredible organisms that can grow in different environments, remediate soils, break down waste products, create sustainable building materials, and of course grow culinary mushrooms. In this workshop, we’ll learn about the fungi life-cycle, examine different case studies of what mushrooms can do and be used for, learn to identify some varieties of mushrooms, and build our own mushroom spawn blocks using in low tech cultivation methods. We also want to hear from you about how you can connect classroom mushrooms to your curricula. Participants will bring home a mushroom grow kit which will develop over the next 2-3 weeks. Bring a bag or a box to carry home your kit. This workshop is free and open to all public school teachers.
This is our first attempt to build a living sculpture with mycelium. Come meet, share, and grow with fellow fungi lovers! You will learn about fungi lifecycle, the structural ability of selected mushroom species, and build a living sculpture in the shape of a brain, which you will bring home and watch it flourish over the next 2-3 weeks.
In this workshop, you will learn about the fungi life cycle, fungi's roles in supporting the wood wide web, their ability in remediating polluted soil and water, and potential to replace all plastics and chemical filled pesticides. This workshop is part of the CUNY Green Symposium and open to all CUNY students.
In this workshop, you will get to know the fungi life cycle, their roles in supporting the wood wide web, their ability in remediating polluted soil and water, and their potential to replace all plastics and chemical filled pesticides. Through the hands-on activity at the end, you will learn to cultivate mushrooms with everyday materials to gain a better understanding of the potential of this organism. This workshop is part of Civic Art Lab 2018 and free to all.
Come meet, share, and grow with fellow fungi lovers! We will inoculate pasteurized substrate and each of you will make an Oyster mushroom grow kit to cultivate your own mushrooms at home.
Please join us for an evening of fun-gi! Mushrooms are a wonderful crop to grow in the city, and can be incorporated into many existing growing systems to offer healthy, nutritious, and medicinal food to people and community. This workshop will offer gardeners and farmers of all sizes insight into a wide range of both outdoor and indoor growing methods for mushroom production. This event is organized by Cornell Cooperative Extension Harvest NY Program. Anyone interested in learning more about basic mushroom cultivation techniques, starting a new enterprise, or considering commercial production at some scale are welcome to attend.
After a very well received Urban Farming and Mushroom Workshop, Fou Gallery has decided to host another workshop during its current exhibition Liu Chang: The Light of Small Things. Join us to learn about fungi life cycle, meet different mushroom species and growth mediums, and gain a better understanding of the potential of this organism through a series of hands-on activities.
Join us at Fou Gallery for a special urban farming and mushroom workshop. This event is part of Fou Gallery’s latest exhibition Liu Chang: The Light of Small Things. You will learn about fungi life cycle, meet different mushroom species and growth mediums, and gain a better understanding of the potential of this organism through a series of hands-on activities.