From Steve Gabriel, Agroforestry Specialist, Cornell Small Farms Program:
Camp Mushroom #2
Sunday, June 7 from 10:00am to 4:00pm
Cornell Campus & MacDaniels Nut Grove
COST: $50 includes handouts and instruction
Due to the popular demand for our two-day Camp Mushroom (which is sold out for April session), we are offering an additional, one-day class which will cover the same cultivation methods as the original.
The main difference is we won’t be serving meals (bring your own lunch) or having the course at the Arnot Forest. We also will not be able to offer logs to take home. (Sorry.)
Participants will be trained in three methods of mushroom cultivation; shiitake on bolts, lions mane/oyster on totems, and stropharia in woodchip beds. In addition, laying yard and management considerations and economics of growing mushrooms as a small farm enterprise will be covered.
Anyone who wants to get into mushroom growing as a serious pursuit should not miss out on this opportunity to learn from experienced growers and researchers who will present for this event.
Register here. (You will need to do a separate form for each person)