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MEDICAL MYCOLOGY: THE UGLY SIDE OF FUNGI

 Speaker: Dr. Becky Buckley Dr. Buckley has been teaching at Metropolitan State University since 2008. She received her B.S. in Medical Technology from the University

Precious Gardens 

Precious Gardens We are the caretakers of special places Embrace the environment Walk softly Pick carefully As Paul Stamets said, “Think of how hard that

BEGGING FOR BOLETES

By Ellen Jacobson, CMS Columnist and Sociologist Several years ago I was chopping away at a bag of partially-frozen Boletus edulis and noticed that Cashew,

HAPPY HUNTING TIPS 

by Karen Ryan  Rain, yahoo!  Searching for Pleurotus ostreatus (Oyster Mushroom) … Scientific classification: Kingdom: Fungi Division: Basidiomycota Class: Agaricomycetes Order: Agaricales Family: Pleurotaceae Genus: Pleurotus

Mushroom Of The Month | Morchella

Morchella! April is often a good month for morels in Colorado. There are many different species of morels, and likely many more yet unidentified. The

Remembering Gary Lincoff

Remembering Gary Lincoff  By Andrew Wilson and Linnea Gillman A prominent figure and legend in the North American mycological community has left us. Gary Lincoff has been a vital myco-evangelist for amateur and professional mycologists for many decades. In Colorado, he was a fair identifier and leader on several CMS forays […]

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Creatures of Light

 Life that lights at Denver Museum of Nature and Science by Dr. Andrew Wilson Bioluminescence as defined by Wikipedia is, “the production and emission of

Cook & Taste 2016

Dear CMS members, Please mark your calendars to attend the October Cook & Taste. is is the nal meeting date of the year. On this evening, we come together to enjoy good CMS company in a social environment. Doors of Gates Hall will open at 6:30 p.m. Any business will […]

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Meeting – Ecology as Technology

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Advice for Beginning Wild Mushroom Hunters

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What to Expect on Forays

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