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Due to the high volume of emails we receive we unfortunately do not have the time to answer questions pertaining to mushroom cultivation. We only answer questions related to our products. If you need advice on mushroom topics check out the links below:
NAMA- North American Mycological Association
An organization promoting amateur and professional mycology and promoting the advancement of the science of mycology.
NATS- North American Truffling Society
 The mission of NATS is to enhance the scientific knowledge of North American truffles and truffle-like fungi, and promote educational activities related to truffles and truffle-like fungi.
WVMS- Willamette Valley Mushroom Society
Since 1956 the Willamette Valley Mushroom Society in Salem, Oregon, has brought together wild mushroom enthusiasts from the Salem area to explore, discover and learn about the amazing variety of wild mushrooms in Western Oregon.
A wide variety of books have been written about mushrooms. Some of our favorites are:
The Mushroom Cultivator by Paul Stametes and J.S. Chilton
Growing Gourmet and Medicinal Mushrooms by Paul Stametes
Mycelium Running: How Mushrooms Can Help Save The World by Paul Stametes
Mushrooms Demystified by David Arora
Morels by Michael Kuo
MycoMedicinals An Informational Treatise On Mushrooms by Paul Stametes
The Fungal Pharmacy: The Complete Guide TO Medicinal Mushrooms and Lichens of
     North America by Robert Rogers
Medicinal Mushrooms: An Exploration Of Tradition, Helaing & Culture by Christopher
Mushrooms For Health: Medicinal Secrets Of Northeastern Fungi by Greg A. Marley
Medicinal Mushrooms: Ancient Remedies For Modern Ailments by Halpern and Miller
Mycorrhizas: Anatomy and Cell Biology by Peterson, Massicotte and Melville
Mr. Bloomfield's Orchard: The Mysterious World Of Mushrooms, Molds and    
     Mycologists by Nicholas Money
The Rainbow Beneath My Feet: A Mushroom Dyer's Field Guide by Bessette 

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Organizations We Are Associated With:
Grow Food: Connects farmers who are interested in teaching with volunteers who are interested in learning how to farm organically. Potential volunteers can go to the Grow Food website and check to farm descriptions and send emails to the farms requesting a visit or stay on the farm. People can sign up as a volunteer or intern.

WWOOF: Is a world-wide effort to link volunteers with organic farmers, promote an educational exchange, and build a global community conscious of ecological farming practices.

Local Harvest: A website that helps connect people with their local farmers. People can also leave feedback about

Willamette Farm and Food Coalition: Willamette Farm and Food Coalition facilitates and supports the development of a secure and sustainable food system in Lane County, Oregon.

Friends of Linn County (FOLC):  A nonprofit charitable organization working to preserve, protect and enhance the function and economic vitality of Linn County's farms, forests, towns, and cities.

HOURS: The local currency in use in Corvallis, Oregon, and the surrounding region. The HOUR Exchange is a nonprofit
organization providing education and tools to promote ecologically sustainable, community-based economics. They aspire to be a model for community-based economic systems that promote local commerce, fair wages, environmental responsibility, regional self-sufficiency, and neighborliness.
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