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Trevor Sordennson
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Hey all. I am a mycophile interested in using fungi to restore damaged natural areas. I have experience growing a plethora of species (and am up for culture swaps) both indoor and out. I want to use my talents to grow to restore. Trouble is, I am just having a hard time finding a way to do this on a larger scale. Something a la Stamets is on my mind. Ideally, I would partner with other restoration groups and employ myself to perform the mushroom parts. Even better, I am down to join an already existing mycorestoration group.

If anyone has information that can help me I would really appreciate it. For the sake of geography, I am in Seattle, WA. Something around here would be nice but I am willing to talk or travel to individuals with the right energy.

Thanks
 
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Trevor Sordennson wrote:Hey all. I am a mycophile interested in using fungi to restore damaged natural areas. I have experience growing a plethora of species (and am up for culture swaps) both indoor and out. I want to use my talents to grow to restore. Trouble is, I am just having a hard time finding a way to do this on a larger scale. Something a la Stamets is on my mind. Ideally, I would partner with other restoration groups and employ myself to perform the mushroom parts. Even better, I am down to join an already existing mycorestoration group.

If anyone has information that can help me I would really appreciate it. For the sake of geography, I am in Seattle, WA. Something around here would be nice but I am willing to talk or travel to individuals with the right energy.

Thanks


You may want to contact Dan Luoma whose specialty is Fungi and projects. Here in Eugene Oregon and he is also part of the Board of Directors with the Bashan Foundation in La Paz Mexico who pioneer restoration techniques for sensitive desert ecosystems and mycorrhizal development and benefical bacteria in those systems. Here are a couple of links.

Dan Luoma

Office Location:
239A Richardson Hall
Phone:
541-737-8595
Fax:
541-737-1393
Email Address:
Daniel.Luoma@oregonstate.edu --> Dan Luoma's webpage


Hope this helps


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Trevor Sordennson
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Thanks for the information I will be contacting him.

 
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