Learn All About Mushrooms at Exclusive Women’s Retreat




Midwest Women’s Herbal will present Mycelium Mysteries: A Women’s Mushroom Retreat, from October 6 through 8, in Almond, Wisconsin. Eugenia Bone, an author and food journalist, will make the keynote address, Mycophilia, the love of mushrooms as a window by which we can better understand nature and ourselves.

      The retreat will offer workshops at beginner through advanced levels. Topics include Wild Mushroom Skills, such as gathering, identification and preparation (with recipes); Mushroom Nutrition; Mushroom Medicine (with home remedies); and Mushroom History. Other presenters include Sue Van Hook, Mara Penfil, Linda Conroy, Sarah Foltz and Carla Kramer.

Natural Awakenings readers may use code 15FUNGI for a 15 percent discount. Register now at MidwestWomensHerbal.com/mushrooms. Vendor spots are still available.

 

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