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Organic Mushroom Farming & Mycoremediation | Sterling College

16 Sterling Dr
Craftsbury, VT 05827

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Jun 17 - 21, 2019

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Mushroom Mountain’s Tradd Cotter leads an exclusive five-day immersion course that dives into mushroom ecology and basic identification, farm reproduction methods and cultivation, mycoremediation, and medicinal mushrooms, extracts, and tinctures. Beginners and advanced students alike will walk away with the knowledge and skills needed to accomplish a range of personal or professional goals, including: cultivating fungi on small and large scales, incorporating edible mushrooms and beneficial fungi into garden designs, identifying wild mushrooms, cultivating and preparing medicinal mushrooms, and cleaning contaminated soils and polluted water through mycoremediation.

The following topics will be covered:

  • Foraging and Identification
  • Tissue Culture and Spawn Generation
  • Cultivating Indoors and Outdoors
  • Recycling and Composting with Fungi
  • Medicinal Mushrooms and Extractions
  • Mycoremediation of Soil and Water

The workshop is designed to empower and energize anyone who attends to make a difference in their local communities; it encourages the rapid deployment of these concepts worldwide as a collective collaboration.

Tuition & Fees:  $1400 covers the cost of the class, most course materials, and daily meals from our top-ranked Sterling Kitchen. Accommodations are not included in course pricing.

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