Register for this great event.
The Cowichan Foray for 2021 is now fully booked. Thank you for registering. It will be a great weekend.
Lake Cowichan Foray – Weekend of October 22 – 24, 2021
The Lake Cowichan Foray weekend is a go and members are submitting their registration form for this great annual event. The location, Lake Cowichan Conference and Education Centre is on a 44 acre forested site. This site and others in the Cowichan Valley area will be used to forage for fungi, led by mushroom experts. This will help participants identify terrain and discuss the variety of mushrooms and species we have in British Columbia.
More information and registration form can be found at this link: https://svims.club/docs. Don’t miss out on this event.
Covid protocols applicable at the time of this event will be followed.
If you have additional questions, please contact Kurt Raeder at firstname.lastname@example.org . Please use “Attendance” as subject title.
This is a member’s only event, so if you have not renewed or want to be a new member please do so.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Omphalina is the newsletter of Foray Newfoundland and Labrador. It has several issues a year that talk about mushroom topics of interest to people anywhere. Sometimes it will be a regional mushroom discovery or an account of a foray in Newfoundland – Labrador. Or it could be mushroom cooking or artwork. You can read the most recent issue or any of the back issues by clicking on Omphalina here or clicking on the front cover above.
2022 Mushroom Calendar
Please submit photos/art to Krisztina at email@example.com
Please keep it to one picture per email and as high of resolution as possible. The minimum resolution should be 2MP or 1920×1080.
Pictures must be in landscape!
In the subject line add your name and type of mushroom in your photo/art
If you don’t know the type of mushroom you are submitting now might be the time to learn how to identify it. If you need help just ask one of your favorite SVIMS member(s).
- Try to provide identification information for each mushroom such as when your saw the mushroom, where you found it, habitat (e.g. on or near what kind of trees), spore colour.
- If this picture happens to come with a great story, please also include this in your submission.
Visually appealing art/photograph that illustrate:
- the diversity of mushrooms found on southern Vancouver Island
- mushroom cookery, art or crafts
- interaction of mushrooms with people, animals, other organisms or the environment
- SVIMS events or activities
The purpose of the calendar is to celebrate the joy of mushrooming and
to inform people about mushrooms growing on southern Vancouver Island.
South Vancouver Island Mycological Society