There are several positions that we’d be glad to see you fill.
1. Walks coordinator – Create and manage the schedule of walks by contacting past and potential new hosts.
2. Newsletter chair – Write a monthly newsletter about the experiences you’ve had going on mushroom walks or referencing information from outside sources that is of interest to club members.
In the comment section, post information about a species you have found in the Mid-Hudson area. Be sure to include your name, the name of the mushroom, location where you found it, the date, the Latin name if known and the name of someone who confirmed your identification. Be as specific as you can.
We will add your identified species to our list
Here are some activities that we have been informed about (they are not sponsored by MHMA):
Sunday, April 6, 2014 10:00AM – 12:30PM
What is Edible Forest Gardening?
Edible Forest Gardens
Gardening Like the Forest:
Home-Scale Ecological Food Production
Friday, April 4th 2014
7:00 – 9:00 pm
Gardening Like the Forest v2, Flyer
Saturday April 26th- Joint walk with Woodstock Land Conservancy
Woodstock Land Conservancy will be showing the film, Now, Forager as part of our Winter Film series, on Wed. April 23 @ 7pm at the Mountain View Studio in Woodstock.
Morel walk -members onlyLate April early May , depending on weather and fruiting*
Sunday June 1 Olana pending their approval (No pick)
Sunday July 6 Winnakee Preserve – Joint Walk with COMA
Sunday 8-17-14 Canoe trip -St0ckport Creek, Hudson – with Naturalist James Herrington-members only
Sunday September 7 Byrdcliffe – Fairly certain we left it at a yearly walk the first Sunday after Labor Day
Saturday September 27 Locust Grove
We also have Minnewaska on Sunday September 21 (No pick)