Check out these upcoming mushrooms classes at libraries, schools, garden clubs, and more. Many are free and open to the public, though some more detailed or lengthy classes may require a fee.

Scroll to the bottom of this page to find our more detailed classes held at our own facility in Grand Rapids.

Mushroom Cultivation Class at Hunter Park Gardenhouse - Lansing
Saturday, March 23rd 10am-12pm  
 Join us for an introduction to cultivating edible mushrooms at home. This class will focus on explaining the basics behind mushroom cultivation and the best resources for learning more on your own.
Mushroom Growing Kits and Fresh mushrooms will be available for purchase.

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 Introductory Mushroom Cultivation Class - Portage Library
Tuesday April 2nd 6:00 - 7:00 pm  
This brief, one hour class is open to the public and will cover all the best resources for learning to grow mushrooms in your own yard, garden, or home. There will also be the opportunity to purchase mushrooms and mushroom grow kits
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Full-length Mushroom Cultivation Class at PFC Natural Grocery - Kalamazoo
Sunday, April 7th at 2:00 pm
Join us for a detailed, 2 hour class on mushroom cultivation with a  focus on growing edible mushrooms in your yard, garden, garage, or home. Each participant will receive a grow-your-own mushroom kit at the event and is entitled to a 20%-25% discount on additional grow kits, fresh mushrooms, mushroom jerky, or other items purchased or pre-ordered for the class and receive access to the slideshow we usually use for these classes.
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Full-length Wild Mushroom Identification Class at Timothy C. Hauenstein LIbrary - Haward Cit y
Saturday April 27th 11:00-1:00pm
Join us for a detailed, 2 hour class on  identifying wild mushrooms of Michigan.
We will start with an explanation of some of the best books, websites, and groups for learning about identifying both edible, inedible, and toxic species. Following this, we'll focus on identifying some of the most sough after, and delicious edible species; with tips on where, when, why, and how to find them, as well as tips on preparation, cleaning, storage, and more.
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