The Common Acre Presents: Paul Stamets: Mushrooms, Bees, & Saving The World

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The Pacific Northwest is home to a multitude of edible mushrooms–the blue chanterelle, bear’s head tooth mushroom, ink caps, jelly ears, and more–but according to mycology guru Paul Stamets (How Mushrooms Can Help Save the World), these tiny organisms are good for more than just eating. Stamets, a longtime advocate of edible and medicinal mushrooms, will discuss the broad range of species that exist on the planet, and offer insight into how these small fungi can boost the health of both people and the environment. He’ll explain the relationship between the dwindling diversity of fungi, his cutting-edge work with bees, and how these can be used to save our ecosystem.

Special guests orbé orbé and Miss TangQ will open the program with a brief (brain-expanding) performance.
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By: Town Hall Seattle

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