For the Love of Fungi
Can you say shiitake stir fry? What about grilled portobello sandwich? Which of your friends can say the mushrooms in their soup were homegrown? Now you can!
Rodney Morgan, local producer of gourmet mushrooms will take us down the road less traveled, cultivating edible fungi! This workshop will cover the basics of mushroom production, including isolating cultures and expanding to production spawn, grow room and outdoor log management plus demonstrations on starting shiitake and oyster mushrooms. Come learn and taste the possibilities!
Optional: You can inoculate your own mushroom log to take home after the workshop! If you'd like to take home your own log to grow at home, please choose the "plus mushroom log" with an additional $12 materials fee above.
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Fee: $8 PASA or DC Farm CSA member/$10 non-member
Limited number of discounted spots reserved for Dickinson College students. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register if you are a Dickinson student.
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More information about our monthly Sustainability School workshops: http://blogs.dickinson.edu/farm/events/sustainability-series/
Offered in partnership with Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture (PASA) & Good Food Neighborhood
Each Sustainability Series Workshop will start at 2:00pm at the Dickinson College Farm, located at 553 Park Drive, Boiling Springs, PA 17007. The two-hour workshops offer homesteaders of all skill levels tips and strategies to maximize production and enjoyment from home and community food production.
Wear comfortable clothes and shoes; bring water, a journal and a camera if you'd like.
The Dickinson College Farm is a 50-acre living laboratory that is USDA Certified Organic. Located just six miles from campus, the farm has more than 15 acres of vegetable production ground and 18 acres of animal pasture. The farm supports the academic interests of students and faculty, promotes renewable energy through solar applications and builds a greater awareness about how food is generated using techniques that help sustain natural ecosystems.
honey mushrooms - flickr - demartigny http://www.flickr.com/photos/demartigny/6166985477/in/photostream/
oyster mushroom close up & oyster mushrooms growing on tree - flickr - dominicspics
portobello mushroom sandwich - flickr - kthread
shiitake mushrooms - flickr - marcelo träsel
Dickinson College Farm (View)
553 Park Drive
Boiling Springs, PA 17007
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