Mycology Associations in the Best of the Web Directory

Mycology Associations

  • Bay Area Mycological Society

    Association dedicated to the art and science of mushrooms. View the mushroom of the month, poisonings information, and the Point Reyes mycoblitz.

  • Boston Mycological Club

    North America's oldest amateur mycological club. Site presents information on membership, checklists, discussions, and related links.

  • British Mycological Society

    Contains links to meetings and resources for the promotion of mycology in all its aspects.

  • Cascade Mycological Society

    Organization created to study of fungi, foster fungi conservation, and promote health and safety in gathering and consuming edible fungi.

  • European Mycological Association

    Amateur and professional mycologists, as well as related organizations. Includes history, objectives, structure, activities, membership, news, and archives.

  • International Mycological Association

    Global organization of mycologists created to foster open access to mycological information and resources and establish a promotional platform for all aspects of mycology.

  • International Mycorrhiza Society

    International scientific organization promoting mycorrhizal research and development.

  • Mycological Society of America

    Scientific society dedicated to the advancement of mycology knowledge and technology.

  • North American Mycological Association

    Organization dedicated to promoting, pursuing, and advancing the science of mycology. Site provides information on events, contacts, and membership.

  • Northwest Fungus Group

    Seeks to promote interest in fungi across the counties of Cheshire, Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Lancashire, and Merseyside. Organizes workshops, publishes fungi news and information, and maintains databases of fungi distribution across the Northwest.

  • Puget Sound Mycological Society

    Group of individuals interested in mushrooms and mushrooming. Provides support for research, education, cultivation, identification, and cooking.

  • Sonoma County Mycological Association (SOMA)

    Nonprofit group created to study local mushrooms and to educate the public about the diversity of fungi life.

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