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Mushroom & Fungi ID Field Day
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Join Botanist & Fungi expert Bev Lane to learn about the life cycles of common fungi & mushrooms & the basic rules for identification. Learn what NOT to pick, necessary equipment, hygiene & precautions.  Learn how to distinguish & avoid poisonous fungi.  Learn some simple cooking techniques & recipes.  There will be a field trip component for hands-on picking & identification of mushrooms, so be sure to dress accordingly.  You are welcome to bring fungi samples from home for identification - but please avoid skin contact as some species are poisonous to touch!

Sunday 9th July 2017 9:45am for 10am start - 1pm

Location

Mount Pleasant Natural Resource Centre Inc
132 Melrose Street, Mount Pleasant, South Australia 5235 Entry via Melrose St (main st of Mount Pleasant, opposite Soldiers Memorial Town Hall)

Contact Details

Mount Pleasant Natural Resource Centre Inc

ph. 08 8568 1907

email. mpnrc@bigpond.com

 

The Mount Pleasant Natural Resource Centre’s booking terms and cancelations fees apply to all workshop bookings. Please read our Full Terms and Conditions on our website http://www.mpnrc.org.au

The Mount Pleasant Natural Resource Centre Inc is supported by our amazing volunteers and community, The Barossa Council, and the Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges and South Australian Murray Darling Basin Natural Resources Management Boards, through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Programme and the NRM Levy.