Annual Membership Meeting, Tree ID & More

Date & Time: April 29, 2023, 8: 45 am -3:15 pm

Location: Augusta area

How to attend: To attend this members-only event, please check your email from Michaeline, which has location details and how to RSVP.

Schedule of Activities:
8:45 am: Doors open
9:00 am: Greg Marley: Mushroom Risotto: discussion of method, prep, and precook,
comparing porcini gathered in Maine and Italy.
10:00 am- Noon: “How to Know the Trees of Maine”
with Maine Forest Service District Foresters Julie Davenport and Allyssa Gregory
Noon to 1:30 pm: Social time, Mushroom Risotto final preparation (and taste testing).
Potluck Lunch (Please bring labels of ingredient) and to reduce trash, please bring
your own place setting.
Displays of:
Mushroom album
woody fungi
mushroom dyes
spore print demonstration
copies of prior newsletters (free to take)
For sale to benefit MMA:
books and journals, tchotchkes
mushroom books and items you would like to donate.
1:30 PM Annual Member Business Meeting 

Foraging for Wild Edible Mushrooms: Embracing the Bewildering Boletes

Join us for a talk by Greg Marley on March 11, Saturday, from 1:00-2:30, in person at the Camden Public Library. If you can’t join us in person, then register for the Zoom link here and watch from the comfort of your home!

Flyer designed by Brianna Belair

Greg has been collecting, studying, eating, growing and teaching mushrooms for over 45 years. He spreads his knowledge of mushrooms through walks, talks and classes held across the New England and beyond. Marley is the author the award-winning book Chanterelle Dreams, Amanita Nightmares; The Love Lore and Mystic of Mushrooms, (Chelsea Green, 2010). As a volunteer mushroom identification consultant to Poison Centers across New England, he provides expertise in mushroom poisoning cases. He is a frequent lecturer to college groups and a mushrooming foray faculty member. When not mushrooming, Marley works as a mental health clinician specializing in suicide prevention and traumatic grief.