Mushroom Cultivation Workshop
Mushroom Cultivation Workshop
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Join Myco Alliance for an immersive educational experience that will give you the skills to create a foundation for your own mushroom cultivation practice.
In this workshop we will cover theory and skills for growing edible and medicinal mushrooms and provide you with the framework to integrate this knowledge into your home, garden, or farm. The workshop will cover production methods on logs and stumps, wood chips and composts, straw bales and other agricultural byproducts, as well as low-tech cultivation and recycling common “wastes”. Included in the class are ways of converting existing structures, the business and marketing of mushrooms, and value-added products that you can create to give you a competitive advantage.
We have limited space so we ask that you register in advance. You may request to be put on a waiting list if course is full.
6hr Interactive Course
@ Circle Acres Nature Preserve
– Ecology and Life Cycle of Fungi
– Recycling “Waste” with Mushrooms
– Substrate Preparation
– Mycelium Expansion
– Indoor Mushroom Cultivation
– Outdoor Mushroom Cultivation
– Mushroom Farm Design
– Economic Benefits of Growing Mushrooms
Workshop Registration Includes
- Course Handout
- Mushroom Grow Kit
- Mushroom Tincture (2oz bottle)
- Lunch, Tea, Snacks
- Circle Acres Tour and Mushroom Walk
- Hands-On Activity
What To Expect
This workshop is designed to be engaging and interactive to make learning about mushroom cultivation easy and fun. Please be prepared to dress appropriately for any weather conditions that we may have for this time of year. Weather permitting, all of the activities will be held outdoors. We ask that you let us know about any specific requirements ahead of time.
What to Bring
We recommend bringing closed-toe shoes, pants, hat, bug repellent (if needed), personal snacks and a bottle of water. To take home your grow kits and other items please bring a grocery or canvas tote bag. Bring pen and paper for additional notes.
Location & Parking
The workshop will be hosted at the Myco Alliance Research Station within the Circle Acres Nature Preserve. You will receive specific parking instructions after registration. Please arrive 15 min early to enjoy the walk from the parking area to the Research Station inside the preserve. For wheelchair access and other accommodation inquiries please contact us before registering for the event.
About the Instructor
Daniel Reyes is the founder of Myco Alliance in Austin Texas.
He has taught mycological principles to hundreds of students, citizen scientists, and professionals in the USA, Mexico, and Ecuador through hands-on workshops and interactive classes. Daniel is an experienced scientist with a demonstrated history of working in the environmental services industry, skilled in Mycology, Hydrogeology, and Environmental Compliance.