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Question for using Mushrooms to innovate in Urban Communities

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By: Tony Elswick


Since Mycelium is the nuerological response mechanism to pathogens in an ecosystem, could we channel this utilitarian counterpart to achieve greater success in sustaining urban communities?
Geoff, in what ways do you plan on utilizing mycological solutions for not only restoration but diversification of natural resources?

I truly believe as a student of Permaculture/Mycology that interfacing with mycelium can achieve us greater diversity in forest systems and other microsystems of design. I am currently writing a law review article on mycoremediation in response to oil spills, I am also working on developing a recycling bin for plastics using P. Djamor.

p.s. Geoff, you have changed my life. I was just surfing before with no commitment to anything. Now, I am only in law school to expand permaculture in every facet of the legal and economic system and I will never stop until
everyone is aware of this. Thank you.
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