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Outdoor Mushroom Cultivation: Integrating Mushrooms into Your Backyard Ecosystem

May 3, 2015 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am

Mycopolitan Mushroom‘s Brian Versek will lead a two-hour workshop that will provide participants with all the tools they’ll need to turn their own outdoor space– be that a backyard, a garden, a vacant lot or a flowerpot– into a viable habitat for native edible mushrooms. You’ll get insight into the many advantages of proactively incorporating these fungi in your soil, learn propagation methods, and gain hands-on experience in outdoor inoculation at the onsite Bartram Farm and Community Resource Center.

Space is limited. Cost: $22 or $18 for Bartram’s Garden members.

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