Radical Mycology from the Roots Up

Peter McCoy

Radical Mycology first formed in the Pacific Northwest over a decade ago. With the return of the RMC to the PNW, Peter will share the lessons and leaps of fungal faith the organization has taken over the years, highlighting successes and detailing goals for the coming years. This overview of the Radical Mycology movement will help orient you to the RMC’s many facets, while showing you the many ways you can join the mycocultural revolution!

About the Teacher
Peter McCoy is a systems-oriented mycology educator with 17 years of experience across a variety of applied mycology fields. A Portland native and founder of Radical Mycology and the Radical Mycology Convergence, Peter has worked for over 10 years to develop numerous original perspectives on how fungi can help human cultures and the environments they touch, with his most recent endeavor being MYCOLOGOS, the world's first mycology school. A globally-recognized leader in the modern mycological revolution, Peter is a dedicated teacher, mushroom farmer, herbalist, permaculture designer, community organizer, artist, and author with a ceaseless passion for evolving human-fungal relations. He is also the author of Radical Mycology: A Treatise on Seeing and Working With Fungi (Chthaeus Press, 2016), a 650-page book on mycology that has been hailed as one of the best books on medicinal mushrooms, mycoremediation, and mushroom cultivation written to date, and a milestone for the progress of mycology as a people’s science.