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Workshops posted for the 3rd Radical Mycology Convergence

 
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The Radical Mycology Convergence is a unique, volunteer-run, donation-based event that teaches many ways to cultivate and work with fungi for food, medicine, societal resilience, and land stewardship. This year the RMC is taking place outside Chicago, IL on October 9-13. To learn more about this event, check out the RMC's workshop list here:
bit.ly/rmcworkshops

To register for the RMC visit this link:
http://bit.ly/rmcregpage

For $50-300, you get 5 days of workshops, food, camping space, and tons-o-fun. A pretty killer deal.

Join us!
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I wish we had stuff like this in Australia!
 
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Registration is still open! I will be there and it would be great to meet other permies as well.. I have been to Nance's homestead before, it's a few hours west of Chicago, and should be quite the time for all involved. Probably nicer camping there than at other freak outs and convergences that I've attended in the name of #permaculture, a nice creek even runs through the property, and the workshop schedule and presentations look awesome. Plus if you are into nettles there will be quite the opportunity for foraging, hehe, but I may get to them before you.

Did I mention that registration is still open!
 
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