Author Archives: SD Myco
Unearthing Scientific History through Art: New Insights from the Archives of Lewis David von Schweinitz, the “Father of North American Mycology”
Our November meeting will include board elections followed by a presentation by Michelle Jachimowicz and Michelle Innis. They will be sharing insights about the mushrooms found in the forays and the workshops and findings from incredible speakers at the recent NAMA … Continue reading
Our October speaker will be our own Dennis Sharmahd, speaking on “The Mushrooms of Mexico“.We will take Dennis to dinner before the meeting around 5:00pm at Saffron Thai 3731B India St. Come along to meet Dennis over dinner.
North American Mycological Association newsletter Sept-Oct 2018 Mycophile September October 2018
Our President Les Braund interviewed on local TV channel 8 to ID some mushrooms folks found in their backyard here in San Diego: fungus frenzy: news-8 gets the dirt on all these sudden mushrooms
Hello Mushroom Lovers! In this email, Foray Chair Sam Landes reveals more exciting news about NAMA’s upcoming foray in the Pacific Northwest, October 11-14.
Our very own Les Braund will be presenting at the Ocean Beach Library on June 12 @ 6pm President of the San Diego Mycological Society, Les Braund, will be presenting a talk about the wild and wonderful world of mushrooms … Continue reading
John Muir, as portrayed by the world’s foremost Muir interpreter – Lee Stetson of 33 years performing in Yosemite and all over the world – is coming for 4 different live performances to Questhaven Retreat and Nature Preserve June 22-24, … Continue reading
Our April 30th, 2018 meeting is a potluck dinner. The dinner starts at 7 PM in Room 101, Casa Del Prado in Balboa Park. Please bring a cooked or cold dish and your own beverage. (Note: there will be no … Continue reading
We encourage you to upload photos of any mushrooms you can find locally: From April 27-30, 2018, the San Diego Natural History Museum (The Nat) is spearheading our local effort to document as many species as possible via iNaturalist… read … Continue reading