Pretty incredible talk about the uses of mushrooms. More TED talks.
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This blog is in a place of transition. As I say on the Welcome page, I’m always working to make it the kind of site I hope it can be — one part a resource for other teaching artists and our colleagues, and one part a place to share my creative work. 200 more words
TED talk by Paul Stamets regarding Mushrooms and how he believes that mushrooms can save our lives, restore our ecosystems and transform other worlds.
Entrepreneurial mycologist Paul Stamets seeks to rescue the study of mushrooms from forest gourmets and psychedelic warlords. 89 more words
Everyone is familiar with the fruiting bodies or reproductive organs of mycelium, mushrooms. You find mushrooms growing wild in the forest but what you likely didn’t see were the thousands of kilometres of networks of mycelia underground that mine the underground searching for organic material to breakdown and feed on in turn feeding the forest trees and vegetation. 1,016 more words