Scratch Brewing Company co-owner Marika Josephson tells us how fallen leaves, chanterelle mushrooms and fermented acorns and are all part of the brewery’s process.
Montreal-based enthusiast and supplier Iliana Antonova tells us about some of the most weirdly wonderful wild mushrooms out there waiting to be discovered.
Want to start growing flavorful fungi but intimidated by the process? Don’t be—you probably already have what you need to grow mushrooms on compost.
If you aim to make a living off the land, consider one of these projects in profitable farming that will provide a good start and support longer-term ventures.
Weedy trees? Steep slopes? Mismanaged forests? Kentucky innovators work with natural systems to find beneficial outcomes in these problems.
With the right production system, a farmer can grow many hundreds of pounds of oyster mushrooms per year in a relatively small indoor space. Here’s how it works.
A search in the forest for chantereIles leaves us without mushrooms to eat but with many beautiful varieties and a good thought to ponder.
Getting started in mushroom cultivation means finding the mushrooms that grow best on your farm. Here are tips on location, growing medium and types to consider.