Shenandoah Foray located in the unique environment of the bio-regions of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. We will be stationed at the Northern Virginia 4-H Center in Front Royal. More details coming soon.
The 2016 Wildacres Foray will be held Cost will be $240 per person, double occupancy. Wildacres Retreat located just off the Blue Ridge Parkway near Little Switzerland, not to far from Spruce Pine, North Carolina. Wildacres is renowned for the identification of new species to the foray and to the identification of new species to the mushroom kingdom. Limited to 40 people. More details will follow.
Please join us for the Seventh Biannual All California Club Foray (ACCF). This event is geared to those interested in hands-on learning about mushroom identification and the incredible diversity we find in fungal communities. Chief mycologist will be Judy Roger, member of the Oregon Mycological Society, former NAMA Executive Secretary, and a founding member of the Pacific Northwest Key Council. This entertaining and educational event includes catered meals, comfy lodging, and mushroom hunts in the bountiful Jackson Demonstration State Forest near Mendocino. This foray is open to any current member of a California mushroom club and NAMA members. The cost is $185 per person. For more information, follow this link...
The 40th NEMF (Northeast Mycological Federation) Annual Sam Ristich Foray will be held at Fitchburg State University in central Massachusetts close to the New Hampshire border. Chief mycologist will be David Hibbitt of Clark University. Further details and registration will be available soon at http://nemf.org/2016-nemf-foray.html. Hosted by the Boston Mycological Club.
The 37th Clark Rogerson Foray will once again be held at Berkshire Hills Eisenberg Camp, which features 640 wooded acres and many nearby parks. Our chief mycologist will be Alan Bessette, author of North American Boletes: A Color Guide To the Fleshy Pored Mushrooms; Waxcap Mushrooms of Eastern North America, and many other books about mushrooms. Check for updates and registration online at www.comafungi.org.
Mark your calendars now: October 17-22, 2016. Mushroom dyers from all over the world will be gathering in Madeira Park, British Columbia, Canada, to spend a week discovering (or rediscovering) the magic of mushroom colours. More information and registration will be available in early 2016. Check here for details.