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Mycologists Without Borders: Modern Missionaries of a Shifting Paradigm

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Tradd Cotter will be in Austin for one day to blow our minds with a talk about his paradigm-shifting work with Mushrooms. This is the first lecture hosted by the Central Texas Mycological Society of the year and what better way to kick things off than with Tradd Cotter, author of the awesome book "Organic Mushroom Farming and Mycoremediation" and owner of Mushroom Mountain in South Carolina. Tradd is also a professional mycologist with over 20 years of experience in the fields of mushroom cultivation, medicinal mushrooms, and mycoremediation. Join us for this exciting talk and hear more about Tradd's inspiring work.
Event Info:
Monday, February 18th, 2019
@ Whole Life Learning Center
10801 Old San Antonio Rd, Austin, TX 78748, USA

Please arrive by 7:15pm the latest. Talk will start promptly at 7:30PM. There will be time for a Q&A afterwards and announcements about the Central Texas Mycological Society.

This event is FREE and open to the public. Donations will be accepted and will go towards the Central Texas Mycological Society. Seating is limited so come early and enjoy the show!

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Mycologists Without Borders: Modern Missionaries of a Shifting Paradigm

When the sharing of mycological information becomes accessible and widespread among communities and civilizations there will be a shift in the paradigms of medicine, agriculture, and planetary healing. With every new generation of mycologists building on the backs of their elders we will see this vision materialize. We must not accept the patterns of destruction and be ready to battle the forces that prevent the harmony and unity of life that sustains our coexistence with Earth. Join the movement, become a leader and make real change happen. The world cannot wait and needs your help. Evolution does not take a million years, it will happen tonight…

Earlier Event: January 27
Volunteer and Information Session
Later Event: March 28
CTMS General Meeting