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FUNGI Magazine seems to get mentioned everywhere these days, even in the pages of Forbes! Contributing Editor (and "unlicensed polymath and virtuoso mycologist") David Rose spells it, out mycologically-speaking.



Saveur Magazine
Goes Morel Hunting in the Midwest:

We Met Some Fungis in the Morel Capital of America: Wisconsin

    Spinning Logic
The Editor-in-Chief talks edible, poisonous, and psychedelic mushrooms on the popular podcast Spinning Logic

John Cage
Official Blog of the John Cage Trust
Notes from Underground,
David Rose on John Cage

    Fascinating Nouns
Britt Bunyard is featured in a fun, one-hour audio interview AND three fun videos:
Green Gilled Parasol, Dog Turd Fungus, and Psilocybin Mushrooms
FUNGI Review Editor Virginia Till, an expert on waste reduction at the EPA, talks about the use of microbes to turn food waste into energy.

The Big Wild Radio Show
FUNGI Editor Britt Bunyard talks morels on this week’s State of the Outdoors program on The Big Wild Radio Show.


Russell Scott Show
The Russell Scott Show
Canadian radio’s Russell Scott Show talks with FUNGI Editor Britt Bunyard about “The Awesome World of Mushrooms.”

    Russell Scott Show
The Russell Scott Show
Canadian radio’s Russell Scott Show asks FUNGI Editor Britt Bunyard “Why mushrooms grow up?”

Elephant Journal
Masters of the Universe: Day Three at the Telluride Mushroom Festival
~ Alisa Geiser

    Up North Explorer
Natural Connections:
Tongues of the earth

Up North Explorer
Natural Connections:
The kingdom of fungi
    Fruit Guys
The Spring Forager
Hunting the Elusive Morel Mushroom
Huffington Post

    On Milwaukee
Shroom time: The morel of the story

Wisconsin Foodie
The Emmy-nominated PBS show Wisconsin Foodie joined editor Britt Bunyard for the annual Great Morel Hunt somewhere in Wisconsin

    The Ripple Effect in Penn State Ag Science Magazine... tells how Editor Britt Bunyard wound up at Penn State Ripple

Natural History
Photographer and frequent FUNGI contributor, Machel Spence is highlighted in this Natural History magazine article titled, Slime Forests.

Hi-Res article photos (PDF): Photo 1,
Photos 2 & 3

Spence   My eugene
My Eugene, an Oregon newspaper and online magazine features FUNGI contributing editor, Tobiah Orin Moshier, in A talk with Tobiah about the treasures under Oregon’s trees.
Interviewed on NPR, FUNGI editor Britt Bunyard hits the airwaves discussing the world's most expensive - and libido boosting?! - mushroom.
Listen to the fascinating story of : Caterpillar Fungus: The Viagra Of The Himalayas
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Fungus Fair: Rainy season is also mushroom season
Fungi Federation and Forest Candy. Little delicacies are everywhere - but not all are edible or even safe!
Santa Crus Sentinel   Denver Post Logo

Mad about mushrooms: A foray for fungi When the North American Mycological Association heads for the hills, members never know what might pop up.
Denver Post
Woman's World Magazine
True to its name, FUNGI turns up where you least expect it in Boost Your Health and Happiness with Mushroom Magic!
    Milwaukee Home & Fine Living Magazine
Try these three delicious summer mushroom cooking recipes from the article: Mushroaming in Wisconsin
Milwauke Home & Fine Living
Green Bay Press

Take a walk through the Spring woods with Chef Dave Swanson of Braise on the Go, and FUNGI Editor Britt Bunyard in: Fungi fanatics: The spring hunt is on across state for elusive morel mushrooms
Green Bay Press  

Milwaukee Journal

Outdoor writer for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Paul Smith, goes on a Treasure Hunt for morels in Wisconsin's Kettle Moraine State Forest with FUNGI Magazine editor, Britt Bunyard.

Milwaukee Journal

AP Press

FUNGI Magazine editor, Britt Bunyard, teams up with Braise On The Go Culinary School's David Swanson, for a morel foray and gourmet, foraged-food cooking class in this Associated Press article.

AP Press  
Indianapolis Star

Jolene Ketzenberger, reporter for the Indianapolis Star Newspaper, tramps through the Hoosier State woods in search of the elusive morel with Fungi Magazine editor, Britt Bunyard in her article: Stalking the Wily Morel


Indy Star
Milwaukee Journal
In her article, Dinners to celebrate magazine that takes morel high ground , reporter for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Newspaper, Carol Deptolla, covers the scoop on Fungi Magazine!
Milwaukee Journal  
In A New Mycological Companion, Paul Sadowski of the New York Mycological society reviews FUNGI Magazine.

Boston Globe
Two of FUNGI Magazine's contributing editors, Elinoar Shavit and Larry Millman, are featured in this story from the Boston Globe, titled: Everything's coming up mushrooms.

Boston Globe

The Watch
FUNGI editor, Britt Bunyard, writes a guest commentary for The Telluride Watch newspaper titled: Ethnomycology, Roots And the Universality of Mycorrhizal Fungi


The spiritual powers, amazing flavors, bizarre forms of fungus - 29th Annual Telluride Mushroom Festival. (PDF)

FUNGI editor, Britt Bunyard, responds to a Free Press reader's letter! (PDF)


FUNGI editor, Britt Bunyard serves as guest instructor on a fungal foray at Geneva Hills, Ohio in the Akron Beacon Journal article: Beauty on the ground in fallen leaves, fungi.

By Jim Chatfield - Akron Beakon Journal

FUN with FUNGI Magazine!

SOMA Winter Mushroom Camp 2009

Pictured L to R are: Nathan Wilson (Mushroom Observer) Daniel Winkler (Mushroaming Tibet Tours) Gary Lincoff (Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Mushrooms)


A well well traveled copy of Fungi magazine comes home.

Rob Hallock (Past President of the Colorado Mycological Society) looks on as David Wallis (Past President of the New Mexico Mycological Society) extolls the virtues of Fungi magazine to the crowd at the 2009 New Mexico Foray in Taos, NM. Read the humorous story of one magazine copy's survival in the Rockies - and home again!

Fun with FUNGI Magazine
Is this big enough?

How big was the shaggy mane found by Gloria Zenger and Jim Luling of Pewaukee, Wisconsin? The only thing worthy (and large enough) to be used as a size reference was good ol' Fungi magazine!

In Memory of Larry Stickney. You will be missed.
In Memory of Larry Stickney. You will be missed.

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