LAST CALL to submit your art/photos for the

2022 Mushroom Calendar

Please submit photos/art to Krisztina at   levai.km@gmail.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).

INCLUDE:

  • 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.

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

2022 Mushroom Calendar Submissions

Calling all SVIMS members to submit your art/photos for the

2022 Mushroom Calendar

 

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: July 30

 

Please submit photos/art before July 30th to Krisztina at svims.mal6@gmail.com

 

Maximum 10 pictures per member. Please keep it to one picture per email and as high a resolution as possible. The minimum resolution will 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 or more of your favorite SVIMS members.

 

INCLUDE:

  • 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.

 

YOUR SUBMISSION:

Visually appealing art/photographs 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.

Roy Halling

Members might be interested in this webinar with Roy Halling on Friday, March 12, 2021 called A Bolete Story: 50 years of Macrofungi.

You need to register online – note that the event starts at 11:00 EST which is 8 am in BC.

Dr. Halling studied boletes in the Sierra Nevada under Harry Thiers and later the genus Collybia (most of which migrated to Gymnopus and Rhodocollybia). He has been managing editor of the prestigious journal Mycologia and President of the Mycological Society of America. Dr. Halling is associated with the New York Botanical Garden.

https://nybg-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_t6lYm2-DTKqWpjP5vyCCNg

Presentation / meeting with Jeff Chilton

Thursday, March 4, 2021 6:45 by Zoom
Jeff Chilton will talk about Mushroom Cultivation in China and elsewhere. The meeting will be available to SVIMS members who should receive a Zoom link within 24 hours of the meeting. An attempt will be made to provide longer term access to members eventually on this site. There will be 15-20 minutes meet-and-greet and then a short business meeting before the presentation. Learn more about Jeff Chilton below.