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Hello all!! I have someting that I tought might be of interest to you guys that frequent this forum. I hope the Mods are kind enought to let this remain in this Forum. The Asheville Mushroom Club is putting on a festival Sept. 1st from 10am-4pm at the W.N.C. Arboretum. The things that will be offered are as follows:
Wild Mushroom exhibits and lectures
Cooking with mushrooms
Growing Shitakes on logs
Dying wool with mushrooms
Bring in specimans for I.D.
The prices are--4 dollars for general admission and 20 dollars for the full day of seminars and so on.
I know alot of you live too far away to attend, however, I know some of you live fairly close and may like to attend. If you have questions or would like to meet up and go contact me. I hope some of you will attend.
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I would love to attend, especially anywhere around Asheville. I was in Spruce Pine, N.C. a couple years ago for a July 4th weekend and can state categorically that the wooded mountains around there are a shroomer's paradise. Spotted all kinds of mushrooms, some very beautiful ones too. Couldn't ID most of them at the time, though I did recognize the Destroying Angel more than once.
Around this time of year I wouldn't doubt finding some psilocybe would be fairly easy.
I'm not sure I will be able to attend though. While work is not an issue, (currently on a temp layoff), I am supposed to be preparing to haul my mother in law back to NY....and probably spend a day or two mushroom hunting there as well.
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