11th Annual Point Reyes National Seashore Fungus Fair
January 2, 2015 - Collecting Foray | Red Barn, Bear Valley
Join us for a collecting foray 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. We'll meet in front of the Visitor Center parking lot to organize. Be sure to bring a basket or bag, water, compass, knife, pencil/pen, and a lunch. Bring collections to the Red Barn starting at 1:00 pm for identification. No registration required; just show up before 10:00 am. Contact David Rust 510.468.5014 for more details.
January 3, 2015 - Fungus Fair | Bear Valley Visitor Center
Join us for the 11th annual Point Reyes National Seashore Fungus Fair. Attend free lectures in the Bear Valley Visitor Center Auditorium. Learn about fungi and their role in the many Point Reyes habitats, from grasslands to redwoods. See the remarkable colors and shapes of wild mushrooms collected in the park. Be sure to see the mushroom display tables in back of the Visitor Center.
Sponsored by Point Reyes National Seashore and Bay Area Mycological Society! Contact David Rust 510.468.5014 for more details.
Sycamore Grove Mushroom Madness
Sunday, January 17, 2016 | 1:00 – 4:00 pm
Sycamore Grove/Veterans Park | Livermore, California
Join ranger Amy Wolitzer and BAMS' Debbie Veiss for the annual mushroom hunt at 1:00 pm. Meet at Sycamore Grove/Veterans Park 5035 Arroyo Rd, Livermore, CA 94550. Follow this link to see a report on last year's foray. Please use this map to find us. We are meeting at the ranger office located up the road that goes to the Veterans Hospital. For more information, contact Debbie Viess at 510.430.9353.
All California Club Foray
Albion Field Station | January 22–24, 2016
Please join us for the Seventh Biannual All California Club Foray (ACCF). This event is geared to those interested in hands-on learning about mushroom identification and the incredible diversity we find in fungal communities.
Chief mycologist will be Judy Roger, a member of the Oregon Mycological Society and a founding member of the Pacific Northwest Key Council. Judy studied mycology at the University of Washington with Dr. Daniel Stuntz who coerced her into teaching at Seattle Community College to "set the learning". That experience led to teaching at other community colleges as well as consulting and providing contract mycology for the US Forest Service and other agencies. She has served as an identifier for the Oregon Poison Center. She likes to eat mushrooms but prefers to study them and teach mushroom microscopy.
This event includes catered meals, comfy lodging, and mushroom hunts in the bountiful Jackson Demonstration State Forest near Mendocino. This foray is open to any current member of a California mushroom club and NAMA members. The cost is $185 per person. To register, complete this form and mail with your check to BAMS. For more information, follow this link...