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Los Hongos en Mexico – NAMA Mexico Foray Recap with MMS
Monday, February 12, 2024 (7:00 PM – 9:00 PM)
Foray Recap with Ron Spinosa, Aaron Berg and Heather Erickson Presented by the Minnesota Mycological Society

Lessons from Mexico: Humanity, Ecology and Mushrooms
Tuesday, February 20, 2024 (7:00 PM – 9:00 PM)
A webinar presented by Zachary Hunter from Oaxaca, Mexico. Learn about the fascinating culture of mushrooms and mycology in Mexico.

Autumn Culinary Arts Panel and Demo
Autumn, 2023
Join NAMA Culinary Arts Committee resident chefs Spike Mikulski, Robert Courteau, Jess Starwood and Gordon Walker as they share their favorite recipes, tips on foraging for edible mushrooms and answer your questions! Chef Spike Milulski will share a new video presentation on foraging and cooking and you will also be welcome to contribute your own experience and thoughts to this casual open-forum meet-and-greet.

Foraging & Cooking with Amanita Species
Hosted by Robert Courteau with Spike Mikulski, Jess Starwood and Stu Pickell
Thursday, April 27

Which Chanterelle is that? Interpreting the latest North American research
by Rachel Swenie on 2/8/23

The Next Big Thing In Mycology (2023 Edition) – DNA Sequencing
by Stephen Russell on 1/24/23

“Magic” Mushrooms and Psilocybin:from Mesoamerican Prehistory to Current Clinical Trials
by Dr C. Kenneth Kassenbrock, MD, PHD on 12/13/22

Mycology for Educators
by Eva Gordon on 10/26/222

Cooking with the NAMA Culinary Arts Committee, featuring Spike Mikulski
by Spike Mikulski and Robert Courteau 8/18/22

iNaturalist 101: Navigating iNaturalist for Forays and Mushroom Clubs
by Ariel Bonkoski  6/7/22

Armchair Discussion on the Underground Network (SPUN)
by Robert Corteau of Think Fungi and Dr Toby Kiers of SPUN 5/24/22

The State of State Mushrooms
by Rose Tursi 5/17

The Registry of Mushrooms in Works of Art
by Elio Schaecter, Ph.D. 4/6/22

Waxy Caps: Beauty, Mystery and Discovery within Hygrophoraceae
By Lauren Re on 3/2/22

Fungal Diversity Survey Championing Fungal Conservation, Together
by Bill Sheehan and Sigrid Jacobson on 4/22/21

Taming the Wild Morel
by Michael Scott Zirpoli on 3/24/21

Specimens and Stories in the Mycological Collection, Iowa State University’s Ada Hayden Herbarium
by Deborah Lewis on 2/25/21

Learning About Boletes and the Online Bolete Filter Tool
by Scott Pavelle on 1/18/21

Using Mold in the Kitchen – Koji Culture
by Jeremy Umansky. 11/9/20

Women in Mycology
by Giuliana Furci on 10/17/2020

Mushroom Identification Session
by Sam Landes on 10/17/20

Mushrooms of the Missouri Ozarks
by Andrew S. Methven, PH.D. on 10/17/20

Cooking Demonstration
by Chef Chad Hyatt on 10/17/20

Amanitas of Eastern North America
by Jay Justice on 10/17/20

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