The Asheville Mushroom Club is a diverse group of people whose common interest is to learn about fungi. Anyone with an interest in mushrooms is encouraged to join!

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Monthly Meetings

Monthly meetings are open to the public and feature a guest speaker and recent area finds.

Time & Date

7:00 PM on the last Thursday of the month, March through November. (We have an extra meeting in August! April and July meetings will start at 7:15 PM.)

New Location for 2019!

The Murphy-Oakley Recreation Center.
It is located at 749 Fairview Road, Asheville, NC 28803.

Speaker Program

June 2019: Tradd Cotter.
The Blue Portal: Mushroom Mountain's New Healing Center and Psilocybin Research Facility in Jamaica.

2019 Schedule
Date Speaker
March 28 Greg Carter
April 25 William Padilla-Brown
May 30 Dr. Coleman McCleneghan
June 27 Tradd Cotter
July 25 Mike Hopping
August 22 Giuliana Furci
August 29 Rachel Swenie
September 26 Brian Looney
October 31 John Munafo
November 28 Annual Business Meeting. Current members only.

Membership

Become a member to receive our monthly newsletter, sign up for forays, and more!

Forays

Members of the Club are eligible to participate in the many forays we host throughout the year.

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Newsletter

Each month members are emailed a copy of Sporadic News containing all the latest club info.

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Explore the Archives

Mushroom Spotlight

Learn about our local species.

Event Summaries

See what we've been up to.

Recipes

Delicious ways to cook your favorite fungi.

April 12 @ AMC Monthly Meeting

Our guest this month will be William Padilla-Brown. He will offer a talk on “Fungal Fortunes.” The field of mycology has never been more accessible to the public, with online forums, books from experts, and workshops in almost all major cities in the U.S. we are seeing more and more “amateur mycologists” contributing to our understanding of fungi. William will be speaking on how he started culturing wild mushrooms, starting a farm, and learning how to grow cordyceps mushrooms. Learn how fungi, and mushrooms can be incorporated into whole system designs for the home/farm, and community for food, medicine, and remediation. The presentation will end with a discussion on biohacking yourself with nootropic, and adaptogenic fungi, mushrooms, sclerotia, and lichen.

William Padilla-Brown operates MycoSymbiotics LLC, a small mycological research and mushroom production business and runs a non-profit in New Cumberland, PA called Community Compassion focusing on Radical Sustainability. He has educated children and adults on topics from mushroom cultivation to nutrition via various workshops and programs around the country.


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