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Mycoforestry for a Greener Future: Grow and Remediate Forests with Beneficial Fungi

Aug 11, 2021 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm PDT

$15 or sliding scale

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Rachel Werling

Beneficial fungi are among the most valuable restoration tools for promoting ecosystem recovery. Learn how we can harness ancient plant/fungi symbiosis to reverse the loss of our forests and increase their biodiversity. We will discuss the roles mycorrhizal and saprophytic fungi play in forest systems, including how fungi help to regenerate forests after fires, how they can be used to transform dead land into a thriving oasis, and how fungal sugars benefit bees.

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