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.
Two SVIMS members have written a new book about BC Mushrooms for the Royal BC Museum Press handbook series. Munro’s Books is hosting a book signing event for the release.
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.
UVic Continuing Studies is now offering this on-line course:
Introduction to Mycology
This online self-study course will enable you to gain foundational, scientifically-sound knowledge in the field of mycology—the study of fungi. Developed by two experts in the field, Bryce Kendrick and Shannon Berch, this course will guide you independently at your own pace through 10 units so that you can attain an understanding of the features of fungi and the roles they play in pathology, nutrient cycling, agriculture, biological control, food, medicine, forests and our urban environments. You will receive a Certificate of Completion on successfully passing the course.
The fee for the course is $65.00 for the general public and $35.00 for SVIMS members. All they need to do is click on the SVIMS tab when registering to get the discount.