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Winter Meeting ​& Lecture Series – Gary Lincoff

March 26, 2015 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Event:Mid Hudson Mycological Association’s​ ​winter meeting ​& lecture series.
Guest speaker: Gary Lincoff
Marbletown Community Center
3564 ​Rte 209
Stone Ridge, NY 12484
(​across the street from Key Bank)​
MHMA  is ​delighted​to have the opportunity to have world renowned mycologist, Gary Lincoff​,​ as the guest lecturer at our March meeting.  Gary will present “Mushrooms and Ecosystems… Connecting the Dots”, a talk about the role of fungi in ecosystem​ (please see attachement for more info).​   2015 Winter Meeting 3-26
Gary is the author of mushroom and plant field guides, the best known being The Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Mushrooms.  He teaches at the New York Botanical Garden and has  led mushroom study tours in over 30 countries on 6 continents. Gary is currently involved in a six year survey of all the mushrooms in New York City-expecting 1,000 species when it’s done.

​Don’t miss it! We hope to see you all there.


March 26, 2015
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Mid-Hudson Mycological Association


Marbletown Community Center
3564 Main St. (Route 209)
Stone Ridge, NY 12484 United States
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  1. Tyler Yes, in VT we find chickens from June trhough the fall. Your explanation of why they fruit later in Philly makes a lot of sense; it is always interesting to hear from readers at different latitudes. I do not currently have any clones available, but I like the idea of a barter at some point in the future. Have you had success cultivating chicken of the woods? It does not easily lend itself to cultivation, though it certainly has been done.Larry sounds yummy! I hope you find some chicken this summer!Tea, Thank you! We are currently on our honeymoon and are having a great time. Looking forward to returning home soon to chanterelle season!

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