KPMS 2020 Wild Mushroom Show


Welcome to our show!
Like everyone else, we’ve had to adapt to pandemic times. We’d planned this weekend to invite hundreds of our neighbors to enjoy our displays, discussions and other events at Olympic College.
This year, we’ll be gathering in small foray groups on Saturday, and here via Zoom on Sunday. The focus will be on where to find, and how to identify, the wild mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest.
Come back here on Sunday to link to the each event.

Saturday, Oct. 24

Here are several guidebooks that KPMS members turn to. They all cover a good percentage of Pacific Northwest mushrooms.

All That the Rain Promises and More, by David Arora — A colorful, good-humored pocket-sized guide.
Mushrooms Demystified, by David Arora — Thorough and authoritative, with an emphasis on cascading identification keys.
Mushrooms of the Northwest: A Simple Guide to Common Mushrooms, by Teresa Marrone and Drew Parker — Organized by overall shape and features.

Here are several guidebooks that KPMS members turn to. They all cover a good percentage of Pacific Northwest mushrooms.

All That the Rain Promises and More, by David Arora — A colorful, good-humored pocket-sized guide.
Mushrooms Demystified, by David Arora — Thorough and authoritative, with an emphasis on cascading identification keys.
Mushrooms of the Northwest: A Simple Guide to Common Mushrooms, by Teresa Marrone and Drew Parker — Organized by overall shape and features.

Sunday, Oct. 25

Here are several guidebooks that KPMS members turn to. They all cover a good percentage of Pacific Northwest mushrooms.

All That the Rain Promises and More, by David Arora — A colorful, good-humored pocket-sized guide.
Mushrooms Demystified, by David Arora — Thorough and authoritative, with an emphasis on cascading identification keys.
Mushrooms of the Northwest: A Simple Guide to Common Mushrooms, by Teresa Marrone and Drew Parker — Organized by overall shape and features.

Here are several guidebooks that KPMS members turn to. They all cover a good percentage of Pacific Northwest mushrooms.

All That the Rain Promises and More, by David Arora — A colorful, good-humored pocket-sized guide.
Mushrooms Demystified, by David Arora — Thorough and authoritative, with an emphasis on cascading identification keys.
Mushrooms of the Northwest: A Simple Guide to Common Mushrooms, by Teresa Marrone and Drew Parker — Organized by overall shape and features.

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Here are several guidebooks that KPMS members turn to. They all cover a good percentage of Pacific Northwest mushrooms.

All That the Rain Promises and More, by David Arora — A colorful, good-humored pocket-sized guide.
Mushrooms Demystified, by David Arora — Thorough and authoritative, with an emphasis on cascading identification keys.
Mushrooms of the Northwest: A Simple Guide to Common Mushrooms, by Teresa Marrone and Drew Parker — Organized by overall shape and features.
Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest, by Joe Ammirati and Steve Trudell — Nearly 500 of the region’s mushroom species, described and photographed.
Mushrooms of the Redwood Coast, by Christian Schwarz and Noah Siegel — Thorough and authoritative, with fine color photographs.
National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Mushrooms, by Gary Lincoff — Comprehensive, with more than 700 photos, organized by color and shape.




 

Here are several guidebooks that KPMS members turn to. They all cover a good percentage of Pacific Northwest mushrooms.

All That the Rain Promises and More, by David Arora — A colorful, good-humored pocket-sized guide.
Mushrooms Demystified, by David Arora — Thorough and authoritative, with an emphasis on cascading identification keys.
Mushrooms of the Northwest: A Simple Guide to Common Mushrooms, by Teresa Marrone and Drew Parker — Organized by overall shape and features.
Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest, by Joe Ammirati and Steve Trudell — Nearly 500 of the region’s mushroom species, described and photographed.
Mushrooms of the Redwood Coast, by Christian Schwarz and Noah Siegel — Thorough and authoritative, with fine color photographs.
National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Mushrooms, by Gary Lincoff — Comprehensive, with more than 700 photos, organized by color and shape.