"In Harmony with Nature through Fungi"
Mushroom Mountain is proud to announce the expansion of its online teaching platform as an extension of the in depth workshops offered at our research facility.
Explore both ON DEMAND and LIVE WEBINARS designed and hosted by best-selling author and lecturer Tradd Cotter and other prominent guest speakers. Access classes that focus on specific skills related to hobby and commercial mushroom cultivation, mycoremediation, laboratory and spawn skills, and medicinal research.
Fungi are opportunistic and respond quickly to environmental disasters. Complex hydrocarbons and chains of toxic molecules are degraded into forms that are easily digestible for the environment, thereby improving air and water quality for future generations to enjoy. Species sequencing can also be applied to degrade a complex of contaminated media by phasing the process using fungi with unique enzymatic properties.
One of the easiest and most rewarding ways to grow mushrooms is to start a log garden.
Cereal straws are excellent for fruiting several types of oyster mushrooms.