Best mycology podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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FOR THE WILD
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This weekly hour-long program is a forum for powerful conversations with the philosophers, scientists, activists, healers, artists and others who are leading the movements to restore our beleaguered planet to its natural balance. The show deals with the most urgent questions facing the next generation of Earth stewards. How do we reverse ecological damages and create a culture of regeneration? How do we confront the psychological challenges of an uncertain future, while healing the age-old w ...
 
A video podcast by the American Society for Microbiology that highlights the latest in microbiology, life science, and related topics. ASM is composed of over 42,000 scientists and health professionals with the mission to advance the microbial sciences as a vehicle for understanding life processes and to apply and communicate this knowledge for the improvement of health and environmental and economic well-being worldwide. Click here for more information about ASM.
 
On Psilly Rabbits we talk about the science, history, myth, and philosophies behind altered states, entheogens, and the nature of consciousness. We will be analyzing said history and myth from an interdisciplinary standpoint, coupling academia and the occult. Our format includes a mix of conversation, education, and interviews with experts and innovative minds from all practices as we apply their works to the fields of consciousness studies and psychedelic research.
 
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FOR THE WILD
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This weekly hour-long program is a forum for powerful conversations with the philosophers, scientists, activists, healers, artists and others who are leading the movements to restore our beleaguered planet to its natural balance. The show deals with the most urgent questions facing the next generation of Earth stewards. How do we reverse ecological damages and create a culture of regeneration? How do we confront the psychological challenges of an uncertain future, while healing the age-old w ...
 
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MicrobeWorld Video
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A video podcast by the American Society for Microbiology that highlights the latest in microbiology, life science, and related topics. ASM is composed of over 42,000 scientists and health professionals with the mission to advance the microbial sciences as a vehicle for understanding life processes and to apply and communicate this knowledge for the improvement of health and environmental and economic well-being worldwide. Click here for more information about ASM.
 
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In this episode, we sit down with Mycologist Todd Boyd to talk about the fungus among us. Along with a brief lesson about identifying, growing and using mushrooms, we also learn how they can SAVE THE WORLD
 
edibility: edibleGomphus clavatus, commonly known as pig's ears or the violet chanterelle, is an edible species of fungus in the genus Gomphus native... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gomphus_clavatus commonly known edible fungus Gomphus fruit body cap lilac spore hymenium gills Described Jacob Christian Schäffer chanterelle coniferous forests m ...…
 
Despite the ubiquity of fungi in our daily ecosystems, most people don't quite understand what they are and how they work. It's easy for us to group them into the same category of plants even though this is far from the truth. In this episode, Jacob Golan, a PhD Candidate at UW - Madison, explains his work in mycology. He studies fungal physics ...…
 
We have an awesome lineup of guests and experts that we'll be interviewing including kicking off the season with Mark Sheppard, one of the foremost pioneers of restoration agriculture and agroforestry. We've also got Ted Brinegar of Foxhole homes, Christy Hemenway of goldstar bees, Peter McCoy of Radical Mycology, Rachael Forster of Tamar Grow ...…
 
Jeff Chilton, raised in Pacific Northwest, studied ethno-mycology at the University of Washington in the late sixties. In 1973 he started work on a commercial mushroom farm in Olympia, Washington. During the next 10 years he became the production manager, responsible for the cultivation of over 2 million pounds of Agaricus mushrooms per year. H ...…
 
Support Peter's Kickstarter It's fungal intelligence that I will be exploring today with the brilliant Peter McCoy. Peter is self-taught mycologist with 15 years of accumulated study and experience, Peter is an original founder of Radical Mycology, a grassroots organization and movement that teaches the skills needed to work with mushrooms and ...…
 
An interview with Peter McCoy of Radical Mycology. Support Peter's Kickstarter Radical Mycology is a movement and social philosophy based on accessibly teaching the importance of mushrooms and other fungi for personal, societal, and ecological health. Radical Mycology differs from classical mycology in that classical mycology generally focuses ...…
 
Original Transcript: Dear R, Okay, Google. How do you say mushroom in Japanese? *Kinoko.* In my time in Japan, I was nicknamed kinoko-san for my incessant talk about mushrooms. Stands to reason that I was working in Kawamura-sensei's mycotoxin lab. I remember I insisted on being placed in that lab as it was the only lab to offer something mycol ...…
 
Original Transcript: Dear M, This episode is brought to you by Kolabtree; That's K-O-L-A-B-T-R-E-E. Kolabtree. Do you have a science or business project for which you need help from a freelance agent? Are you a freelancing scientist or businessperson? Kolabtree.com is an online platform that connects the freelance agent to the project owner in ...…
 
They’re not animals, they’re not plants, and they’re delicious in stir-fry. Despite the fact that mushrooms have been used in medicine for thousands of years, they still remain a bit of mystery to us humans. The more research we do, the more we realize that fungi might be our greatest tool in the quest for saving the world. A special thanks to ...…
 
Original transcript: Dear M, If I were to ever get a tattoo, I think I would get one of a mushroom, especially, after getting a PhD. The program doesn't have to be mycology, but it has to be a mushroom project. The mushroom would be a morel and it would be on the upper right part of my torso, below my shoulder near my pecs. The morel is not lik ...…
 
in which you take a great trip, the water festival disappoints yet again, preparations are made to go big and go small, the Division of Sexual Experimentation has some news, Hell is about to get more uncomfortable, you sip on a DarkMega GuzzleThumper, and Sammy Sea "wins" the Ruin-A-Life Drawing. Do Evil Better.…
 
in which you take a great trip, the water festival disappoints yet again, preparations are made to go big and go small, the Division of Sexual Experimentation has some news, Hell is about to get more uncomfortable, you sip on a DarkMega GuzzleThumper, and Sammy Sea "wins" the Ruin-A-Life Drawing. Do Evil Better.…
 
in which you take a great trip, the water festival disappoints yet again, preparations are made to go big and go small, the Division of Sexual Experimentation has some news, Hell is about to get more uncomfortable, you sip on a DarkMega GuzzleThumper, and Sammy Sea “wins” the Ruin-A-Life Drawing. Do Evil Better. Transcription: (more…)…
 
In this episode of Warrior Radio, I sit down with anthropologist, author, and activist Jerry B. Brown, Ph.D. From 1972-2014, he served as Founding Professor of Anthropology at Florida International University in Miami, where he designed and taught a course on “Hallucinogens and Culture.” He and his wife Julie Brown recently published a book cal ...…
 
In this episode of Warrior Radio, I sit down with anthropologist, author, and activist Jerry B. Brown, Ph.D. From 1972-2014, he served as Founding Professor of Anthropology at Florida International University in Miami, where he designed and taught a course on “Hallucinogens and Culture.” He and his wife Julie Brown recently published a book cal ...…
 
And we're live on Lumpen Radio....Morgellons Disease Is A Fungi & The Cure, That You Already Have In The Kitchen-Breaking News. Leah describes her affair with a plant, Kai Wingo describes women and psychoactive fungi from the radical mycology convergence. HB404 in Illinois, did you know the Mercantile Exchange gets $85 millions dollars a year?M ...…
 
With the 2nd visit of William Padilla Brown on our podcast, we get in deep, discussing GMOs, Algae, Mycology, Cordyceps, Unschooling, & More!
 
Did you know... Some of the oldest living mushroom colonies are fairy rings growing around the famous Stonehenge ruins in England? The rings are so large that they can best be seen from airplanes. Crazy, right? Well, be prepared to dive headfirst into mycology 101 with Tero Isokauppila, founder of the popular 'shroom company... FourSigmatic.com ...…
 
Paul and Jocelyn review Toby Hemmenway's "Gaia's Garden" chapter 11 about urban gardens. They start out by commemorating Toby's contribution to Permaculture in general and as a friend specifically since Toby passed away recently. They then go on to describe the urban garden, and how you can use your neighbour's gardens as a resource and even as ...…
 
From the SDPA Annual Summer Dermatology Conference 2016, held June 1 – 5 in Austin, Texas. Topic: Newest Antifungal Agents Faculty: Ted Rosen, MD Learning Objectives: 1.) To understand the mycological epidemiology of common fungal infections of the skin 2.) To have enhanced understanding of the particular shortcomings of antifungal [...]…
 
From the SDPA Annual Summer Dermatology Conference 2016, held June 1 – 5 in Austin, Texas. Topic: Newest Antifungal Agents Faculty: Ted Rosen, MD Learning Objectives: 1.) To understand the mycological epidemiology of common fungal infections of the skin 2.) To have enhanced understanding of the particular shortcomings of antifungal [...]…
 
Mycologist and author Peter McCoy of RadicalMycology.com takes on the question - I'm wondering if you have any information about inoculating trees to grow truffles. I have read that hazelnuts are sometimes used in truffle production and, while there are nurseries that sell (large quantities of) inoculated trees, I can't find any information abo ...…
 
Mycologist and author Peter McCoy of RadicalMycology.com takes on the question - The question is whether or not mushrooms could be used in a brooder to help break down the wood based bedding, manure and spilled feed and maybe get a mushroom harvest. My brooder, along with others across the country are basically going to sit idle over the winter ...…
 
Mycologist and author Peter McCoy of RadicalMycology.com takes on the question - I have an abundance of woodchips. Any thoughts on inoculating the pile to "rapidly" break down the pile of chips into compost, or is it not worth the effort and just let nature do the work? To learn more about Peter and see all of the ASK Peter episodes visit perma ...…
 
Mycologist and author Peter McCoy of RadicalMycology.com takes on the question - Is it possible to have a raised "bed" of hardwood chips with multiple strains happily cohabiting and fruiting in different seasons? To learn more about Peter and see all of the ASK Peter episodes visit permaculturevoices.com/peter. Support the show at permaculturev ...…
 
Beatrix Potter is most famous as the creator of a certain blue-jacketed bunny, but her life was so much bigger than Mr. Mcgregor's garden. She defied her parents and upper class British convention to marry well and settle down to a life of tea and drawing rooms - instead she became a shrewd merchandizer of her own work, and ultimately became a ...…
 
Mycologist and author Peter McCoy of RadicalMycology.com takes on the question - What are your thoughts on looking for local strains of mushrooms to cultivate out versus ordering or receiving genetic material from someone from a strain that isn't indigenous to your particular area where the strain will be grown? To learn more about Peter and se ...…
 
Mycologist and author Peter McCoy of RadicalMycology.com takes on the question - What are the current roadblocks to being able to consistently grow your own morel mushrooms? To learn more about Peter and see all of the ASK Peter episodes visit permaculturevoices.com/peter Support the show at permaculturevoices.com/support…
 
Mycologist and author Peter McCoy of RadicalMycology.com takes on the question - What are you thoughts on combing biochar and fungi? To learn more about Peter and see all of the ASK Peter episodes visit permaculturevoices.com/peter. Support the show at permaculturevoices.com/support.
 
Mycologist and author Peter McCoy of RadicalMycology.com takes on the question - I have been curious how an aspiring homeowner could make prefab parts of their home using mycelium on a straw based substrate? Wouldn't be amazing and incredibly empowering if we could literally grow the walls of our homes? Is this something the average person coul ...…
 
Mycologist and author Peter McCoy of RadicalMycology.com takes on the question - What are your thoughts on the integration of fungi into septic, grey water, swales, and/or other water catchment systems? To learn more about Peter and see all of the ASK Peter episodes visit permaculturevoices.com/peter. Support the show at permaculturevoices.com/ ...…
 
Robin talks about how native fungi can be used in the field to enhance the outcomes of our Bush Regeneration projects. Watch this space! We are on iTunes, so you can easily download each episode through the Podcast app on your iPhone or Android. Let us know what you think by joining the discussion on the Bush Regenerators Facebook group page DI ...…
 
Mycologist and author Peter McCoy of RadicalMycology.com takes on the question - In order to produce the most amount of Reishi mushrooms out of this sawdust spawn for home use, does it make sense to expand the sawdust spawn out by going back to sterilized grain first and then expanding out onto more sawdust bags or just take the sawdust spawn a ...…
 
Mycologist and author Peter McCoy of RadicalMycology.com takes on the question - What's a simple way to cultivate mushrooms? To learn more about Peter and see all of the ASK Peter episodes visit permaculturevoices.com/peter. Support the show at permaculturevoices.com/support.
 
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