Oregon Mushroom Stories

  1. Every year, Amy Peterson hunts for matsutake mushrooms in Mt. Hood National Forest, continuing a foraging tradition that began when the first Japanese came to Oregon and recognized the familiar mushroom.

    This video is part of the Oregon Mushroom Stories, a project of Ecotrust and Edible Portland. oregonmushroomstories.org

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  2. College friends Brian Shaw and Dan Thall run an organic cremini and portabella mushroom farm in the Hood River Valley. (Note: Creminis grow into portabellas.They're the same mushroom!)

    This video is part of the Oregon Mushroom Stories, a project of Ecotrust and Edible Portland. oregonmushroomstories.org

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  3. Jeff Mauck teaches a hands-on science course on how to grow culinary mushrooms at an alternative high school in Coos Bay, Oregon.

    This video is part of the Oregon Mushroom Stories, a project of Ecotrust and Edible Portland. oregonmushroomstories.org

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Oregon Mushroom Stories

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We are writers, filmmakers and artists who have embarked on a project to share our wonder and excitement about the mycological world – both natural and cultural – of the Pacific Northwest.

Oregon Mushroom Stories is a project of Ecotrust, Edible Portland,…


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We are writers, filmmakers and artists who have embarked on a project to share our wonder and excitement about the mycological world – both natural and cultural – of the Pacific Northwest.

Oregon Mushroom Stories is a project of Ecotrust, Edible Portland, G. Kennedy Creative and Belly & Bones, made possible in part by the Regional Arts & Culture Council.

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