Bill is a mycologist, professor of entomology and the CITIZEN SCIENTIST leading the MycoFlora Project in the Southeast. He is working with a dedicated team of volunteers.
Tradd is a mushroom scientist and farmer with a successful mushroom business near Clemson,SC. He is the licensed instructor for mushroom certifications in several states, teaches workshops and runs the lab and large growing warehouse at Mushroom Mountain.
David is a Citizen Scientist and will speak about the MycoFlora Project, Mushrooms of Southern Appalachia, as well as going into some detail about psilocybin and psilocybin mushrooms .-
William will speak about researching and growing cordyceps fungi. He started his company, MycoSymbiotics, a few years ago with the goal of researching and teaching the public the benefits of mushrooms, especially cordyceps mushrooms. He teaches workshops all over the country. https://youtu.be/y5JX-ElpPz4
Jesse's love is foraging for and taking pictures of wild edible and medicinal plants and fungi. His photography is stunning. Jesse will give a speak about nature photography and then lead photo expeditions in the park. https://www.facebook.com/pg/feralforaging/videos/?ref=page_internal
Darryl is widely known as The Southern Herbalist and has a herbalist school in Mentone, AL. He was a student of Tommy Bass who was a healer in northern Alabama. Darryl will be a speaker, lead a wild edibles walk in the park and sell his tinctures, proven natural country remedies, books and CD's.
The Mushroom Club of Georgia is an educational organization. Our purpose is to promote the enjoyment, study, and exchange of information about wild mushrooms. Everyone who has an interest in wild mushrooms is welcome to become a member.
Joshua is joining us from Macon, GA to support our mushroom community. He will be talking about his experiences with growing mushrooms at home and starting a small business. He will also teach a mushroom growing workshop "How to Grow Mushroom At Home".
creative scientist through and through; mycology is my central driving passion in my work, as I believe this Kingdom will ultimately aid in saving our earth and species. In addition to teaching about Fungi as often as possible and cultivating and collecting on my own, I have recently founded the Tampa Bay Mycology Society (www.facebook.com/FLMycology).
Jesse. of the North Alabama Foraging Club, will lead a mini-workshop on nature photography. The workshop will cover the tools and techniques he uses to capture his photography. The workshop will be followed by a short photo hike where everyone will be able to put their new knowledge to practice!
Joshua is a mushroom grower from Macon, GA, and will speak and teach a workshop on How to Grow Mushrooms at Home. He will share his experience as a mushroom grower. He will participate in our cooking competition assisted by his wife, Tiffany, who is a certified dog trainer. He is also a grower of air plants and have some of them for sale.
10' X 10' Vendor Booth Space in Rolater Park, Cave Spring, GA. Electricity & Internet Access available in the Park. Bring your own Canopy Tent.