2019 MUSH FEST & MUSHROOM CENTRAL

MAGIC MUSHROOM PANEL DISCUSSION 11 - Noon

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ALAN ROCKEFELLER

CHRISTIAN KILLEBREW-MARR

MARK HABERSTROH

ALLEN CARROLL

Q & A

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TALKS & WORKSHOPS WILL TAKE PLACE IN SEVERAL LOCATIONS!


SPEAKER HUB 

(Pavilion next to the creek)


9 :15 a.m.  

OPENING REMARKS/SAM LANDES/Mushroom Club of GA


9:30 a.m. - 10 a.m.    

EVOLVING CLIMATE OF LEGALIZING  MAGIC MUSHROOMS

Mark Haberstroh , Mushroom Club of Georgia


10 a.m.  - 11 a.m.  

HALLUCINOGENIC MUSHROOMS of MEXICO                         

    Alan Rockefeller  / Counter Culture Labs, Oakland, CA              

 

11 a.m.  -  Noon   

HALLUCINOGENIC MUSHROOM PANEL DISCUSSION 

                       

12:00 p.m.  - 1 p.m.   ETHNOMYCOLOGY

Christian Killebrew-Marr / Stetson University

Fungi have played an immeasurably influential role on human evolution and our societal and psychological development. We will explore the rich history of stories and lore associated with fungi, as well as the historical uses and roles that fungi species has played in specific culture


1 p.m.  - 2 p.m.   EDIBILITY VS TOXICITY OF MUSHROOMS 

Anthoni Goodman / Alabama Mushroom Society  


2 p.m. - 3  p.m.   MUSHROOM CULTIVATION

Allan Carroll, owner Fungi Farm


3 p.m. - 4  p.m.    MYCOREMEDIATION 

Christian Killebrew-Marr   

Mycoremediation and Fungal Alchemy: 

Kingdom fungi is known as the chemists of the earth, with highly advanced abilities to alter the chemistry of their surrounding environment, as well as decompose just about anything we’ve ever thrown at them! By studying and working with the incredible complexity of genetic code and enzymatic and chemical expressions of fungi, we unlock the potential to not only re-mediate the toxicity introduced to the world by the human species, but also advance our chemical technologies well beyond anything we could accomplish alone.


4 p.m. Alan Rockefeller

HOW TO IDENTIFY MUSHROOMS 

USING  ONLINE  RESOURCES.


5  p.m.     

KEYNOTE SPEAKER (TEAM)

        

ONGOING EVENTS  See schedules posted at each pavilion.  


PS: The beautiful picture of a chicken of the woods mushroom was photographed by Brian Hale of the Mushroom Hunters of North Georgia group in Dahlonega, GA