We love putting on the Radical Mycology Convergence. By providing space for the inspiring arts and sciences of mycology to intersect with a range of cultural and environmental topics, each RMC brings new layers to the evolving dialogues underlying the Radical Mycology movement. It's truly an event like no other, and is something we are thrilled to be hosting again this year.

Much of our approach is founded in a design process that is DIY-inspired and an intent that is grassroots-promoting. The RMC's site is rural and some workshops take place outdoors (weather permitting), while most are held indoors in a variety of barn-type settings. Though not a traditional event in some senses, we strive to make the entire RMC a safe, comfortable, and inspiring space for learning new information, having new experiences, and making new friends.

Likewise, the unifying and far-reaching topics covered at the RMC draws together people of all backgrounds, political stances, and lifestyles. We encourage all participants to come to the RMC with an open mind and an excitement to learn from this variety of perspectives and to discover new ways of working with and appreciating fungi.