Yearly Archives: 2006

Oregon Truffle Festival January 27-29, 2006

This year the Cascade Mycological Society is an official sponser of the Oregon Truffle Festival. For more information about the festival visit http://oregontrufflefestival.com/

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CMS General Meeting Thursday, December 14th 2006 7:30pm


December is grow your own month for the mushroom lover. If it’s not been such a good season for collecting, why not consider growing your own delicious edible mushrooms? Ryan Woolverton and Kyle Hammon will give a presentation that will demonstrate the best methods for home cultivation of mushrooms. The general information given tonight will be an excellent lead-in to the workshop on Dec 16 2006. No charge.

December 14 2006 from 7:30 pm to 9 pm.
Meet at the LCC campus (Directions)
For more information, please call Kyle at 463-5447 or email to hammonk@lanecc.edu
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Mushroom Species Lists

Mount Pisgah Mushroom Show Species List 1983-2006
Download Excel Spreadsheet
Download PDF


Hendricks Park Species List

Download Word Document

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Mushroom Grower’s Workshop – December 16th 2006


Grower’s Workshop on December 16 from 10am to 4pm.
Ryan Woolverton and Kyle Hammon will teach this exciting opportunity for everyone to produce their own mushrooms. The techniques taught at this workshop can be applied to small to large scales, so apartment-dwellers and those living on large acreages are encouraged to attend the workshop. At the end of the workshop, each participant will have made an oyster mushroom “log” that should produce about 3 pounds of mushrooms. We encourage participants to experiment by bringing three pounds of an organic material of their choice…. Cardboard, cotton, linen, or hemp rags, are all excellent possibilities for us to explore.

The cost for this event is $10. Please contact Kyle at 463-5447 for more information and to register for the workshop
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ENHS Lecture –"Truffles of Oregon"–Friday November 17th, 2006

The Eugene Natural History Society presents a free public lecture: “Truffles of Oregon” by Dr. Charles Lefevre, President of the North American Truffling Society
Friday, November 17, 7:30PM, Room 100, Willamette Hall, UO Campus
For more information, visit the ENHS website