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May/June, 2010 Volume 38 Issue 3 Ohio Mushroom Society The Mushroom Log A table talk with explanation of Do not park in metered (unless Summer Foray the day‟s collections will begin you pay the meter) or restricted at 5:30 pm. spaces within a dark green or in Athens, OH purple lot on July 17-19, as Dinner at Lui-Lui‟s restaurant at these spaces are monitored. By Martha Bishop 6:30 pm. See menus on their Lots 127,128 & 129 website: (surrounding Building 95, the July 16 (Fri.) Meet at the Ohio http://www.luiluirestaurant.com/ Convocation Center) are across Brew Week Garden on Station dinner.html Richland Ave. from Porter Hall St. at 7:00 pm. For various (Building 86,) to the south. Lot kinds of Bar-B-Qes (including For those of you still 134 is the closest lot on the mushroom & veggie options). standing,there is free music and same side of Richland Ave., Several Ohio brew pubs will be more beer tasting opportunities and is also to the south of selling their speciality beers. on Court St. Brew Week Porter Hall. Lot 120 which is They will reserve a large table activities are scheduled the closest to Porter Hall has for us. There will be antique throughout the weekend, and metered and handicap spaces, cars and Harleys on display, will include shopping with local but is not one of the free and jazz music. craft vendors. parking lots. We should be able to unload any large July 17 (Sat.) July 18 (Sun.) equipment from lot 120. For the Friday night event, we Meet in room 300 Porter Hall for Breakfast at Porter Hall 300 at can park in lot 109 by Building registration and coffee from 8:30 am. 149 Life Sciences, if there is not 8:30 -9:30 am. sufficient parking at the event Forays will begin at 10:00 am. Daniel Molter will give a talk on itself. We will go to several different “Species, Specific Taxa, and sites in the local hills. the Species Category” at 9:30 Directions to Porter Hall: am. We will have a potluck lunch, so From Columbus: please, everyone, bring Information on parking at something, especially a covered O.U.: Take US-33 East to exit 17, the dish, to share. Any wild OH-682 exit. Turn right onto mushrooms for consumption Since our event is taking place Richland Avenue at the traffic must be verified by expert on a weekend after 5:00 p.m. light. At the next light S. Shafer collectors. the dark green and purple lots St. is to the left, and South on campus will be available for Green Drive is to the right. Lots Michael Kuo will give a talk on our free use. Signs at the 127, 128, and 129 are the first “20 Cool Mushrooms” at 1:30 entrance to each lot indicate lot lots accessible from a left turn pm. Afternoon forays will begin color and number. A map at the light, and are then at 3:00 pm. detailing lot colors and locations immediately to the right. Lot 134 can be accessed at: is accessible from a right turn www.facilities.ohiou.edu/parking onto South Green Drive at the . same light, and is the first lot on 2 The Mushroom Log the left. To find lot 120, turn arrive, or register ahead on this 7) Baymont Inn, 20 Home St. right at the light and then take website: (740) 594-3000 the first street left which is http://www.dnr.state.oh.us/park Oxbow Trail. Lot 120 is the first s/parks/strouds/tabid/790/Defau 8) Holiday Inn Express, 555 E. lot on the left. lt.aspx. Up to six people may State St. (740) 592-4640 share a campsite. Cost per site From Marietta: is $18.00/night. Located at 11661 State Park Road, (off 9) Hampton Inn, 986 E. State Take US-50 West to exit 17, the Stroud‟s Run Road) Athens, St. (740) 593-5600 OH-682 exit. Follow directions Ohio 45701. Park information: above. (740) 592-2302, 1-866-644- 10) Ohio University Inn, 331 6727. It‟s a 15-20 min. drive to Richland Ave. (740) 593-6661 From Cincinnati: O.U. Salt Fork Morel Report Take OH-32 East to Athens, 2) Dorm housing is available at and merge onto OH-32 E/US- for April 24th Ohio University. Shared rooms 33 W/US-50 E via the ramp to are $26.00/person/night. Single Columbus/Belpre. Exit at OH- rooms are $39.00. Linens are By Walt Sturgeon 682. Follow directions above. available for $5.00. Contact Niki Ohms at (740) 593-4084 24 people showed up for the Directions for Friday night for reservations. Ten day annual Salt Fork Morel Hunt in Ohio Brew Week gettogether: notice for reservations is spite of somewhat dry conditions the previous week. appreciated. Take the OH-682 exit as Local turkey hunters claimed directed above. Turn right onto they had already picked the Richland Ave. at the traffic light. 3). Days Inn Athens is offering area, but modest quantities of Turn left at the first light beside us a group rate of $62.99/ morels were still found. Hugh the large round Convocation night. Room choices include and Nancy Urban brought their Center, Building 95. This is S. non-smoking, 1 or 2 double morel hounds, but since one of Shafer St. which curves to the beds, king bed, or handicap the dogs is still in training, didn‟t right, and brings you to the first access, all at this rate when you fare as well as in the past. After light at W. Union St. Turn right mention the Ohio Mushroom a nice outing and a group onto W. Union St. Take the Society. For more than two luncheon at the Park Lodge, third right, which is Depot St. people to a room, add several people went back into You will see the old train $10.00/person. Register by the woods to push their luck. station, and outdoor tables and June 14 for the group rate. We welcomed some new vendors on the right from Depot They are located at 330 members that joined at the St. before you get to Station St. Columbus Rd., just off the foray and I hope to see them at Lot 109 is on the left at the Columbus Rd. exit on state future events. intersection of Depot and route 33. 10 minute drive to Station. O.U. (740) 593-6655. Pete Richards adds: happy to report that Pete and Pauline Directions for Saturday dinner Also all within 10 minutes of and I went out after lunch to at Lui Lui's restaurant: campus (least expensive first) another spot, and after 2 hours of fruitless („shroomless) Same as Friday night. Lui Lui's wandering, found a nice little 4) Highlander Motel, 420 W. cluster of M. „deliciosa‟, 17 in is in the first block of Station St. on the right. Or you can walk 5 Union St. (740) 593-6449 all, spread over about 20 sq. ft. minutes from Porter Hall. They were associated with 5) Super 8 Motel, 2091 E. black cherry, in my opinion, Accommodations: State St. (740) 594-4900 though there were elm, maple, and other trees around. Camping at Stroud‟s Run State 6) Knights Inn, 997 E.State St. Park. Fill out self-registration This was fun, since I‟d never (740) 593-5565 collected these before, but one forms available at the entrance to the campground when you good esculenta would provide 3 The Mushroom Log the other side of the road. We out of control, we heard. Will it also discovered that some of yield some fire morels? the “newbie‟s” to mushrooming had quite a good eye for Oops! spotting the morels once they became accustomed to picking them out from the background. By Dave Miller, with much help from sharp-eyed readers! Walt Sturgeon joined the group for lunch at the local Chinese Shortly after mailing out the last Hugh & Nancy Urban & Friends buffet, and was able to provide Log I received two “Heads-up” interesting and entertaining from two subscribers. Tom mushroom stories and facts. Sampliner of the Ohio Native About half of us returned to the Plant Society explained, woods in an area with a higher contrary to my statement that elevation after lunch, but we “we don‟t find Coral Root here only had minimal success (as in OH” that there are several far as I know). Due to the early species, namely Corallhoriza „leafing out‟ of trees this year, I wisteriana, the Spring or was finally able to firmly plant in Wister‟s Coral Root; C. trifida, Group Photo (please enlarge) the early or northern Coral my mind the look of a tulip poplar, and even found a nice Root, C. maculata, the spotted large morel under one of them. Coral Root, of which there are two varieties, western and The OMS gained at least 2 new eastern (we have both) and C. members from this outing, and odontorhiza, the fall Coral Root. hopefully more will follow with A short time later, Ian Adams, us at future events. A special who also spends more time in thanks to P.A. Danus for taking the woods than I, added some newer people under his another species, Hexalectris Dick Doyle and his prized find wing, and teaching them first spicata, the Crested Coral Root, hand some of the tricks to to the list. He explained that happy mushroom hunting. they are all relatively rare, but more biomass than all of these ARE resident in the state. He did! All of the other ones I saw Tar Hollow Morels added that Indian Pipe is very that people collected appeared common in the Buckeye State. to be young esculenta. By Shirley McClelland EUROPEAN BATS Beaver Creek Morel Over 14 hopeful people took to RESISTANT TO DEADLY Hunt on May 1 the woods of Tar Hollow, as FUNGUS thunder threatened and the By Sharon Greenberg skies darkened. Andrea Moore By David DeFranza and I split the group, she taking Despite the prospect of the travel writers and I led the http://www.treehugger.com. torrential rain, the May 1st rest. It rained the whole time, Morel mushroom hunt at and we didn‟t find any morels, Ed. Note: First, the good news. Beaver Creek State park was but a new member found a nice nicely attended by 14 people, fresh bloom of oysters. We met and the rains held off all day. back in Laurelville to compare Jan. 14, 2010 We started in the Sprucevale “notes” and enjoyed a delicious region of the park with fireman‟s fish fry. Maybe we‟ll Since 2006, bat populations in moderate success. The morels have better luck next year. The the northeastern United States that were picked were in great habitat looked good, lots of big have been devastated by a condition, plus a decent batch tulip poplar, and a large mysterious condition known as of oyster mushrooms was found controlled burn, that got a bit "white-nose syndrome." Caused in the group camping area on by a fungus, Geomyces 4 The Mushroom Log destructans, the syndrome solution would be a vaccine, for "horizontal" gene transfer, a occurs after hibernating bats though this could be too difficult new study has shown, similar to develop the powdery-white to administer to individual the mechanisms that allow fungal coating around their animals. bacteria to evolve so quickly, nose and on their wings. become resistant to antibiotics, Victims wake and fly from the Other researchers have and cause other serious cave, burning precious fat investigated the use of a spray problems. stores and eventually starving that could be applied to caves to death. before or during hibernation This discovery, to be published periods. There is fear, however, Thursday in the journal Nature; The syndrome has led to 90 that such an application could suggests that fungi have the percent or greater reductions in kill other essential fungi present capacity to rapidly change the hibernating populations in some in caves. makeup of their genomes and caves, and for many species become infectious to plants and researchers have resigned One other approach would possibly animals, including themselves to predictions of involve introducing engineered humans. extinction. New reports from bacteria that could live on bats Europe, however, indicate that and protect them from the They are not nearly as confined bats across the Atlantic have fungus. to the more gradual processes found a way to live with the of conventional evolution as fungus without developing the had been believed, scientists Whatever method finally proves deadly syndrome. say. And this raises issues not viable, it will have to be refined quickly if it is to have an impact. only for crop agriculture but also Currently, reports from eight Every year, more bats are lost human health, because fungi countries in Europe have and the area affected grows. are much closer on the described bats with white mold With some species producing "evolutionary tree" to humans on their wings and muzzles and just a single offspring every than bacteria, and consequently four countries-Hungary, breeding period, the opportunity fungal diseases are much more Germany, Switzerland, and for populations to rebound is difficult to treat. France-have identified the mold small. as Geomyces destructans. The genetic mechanisms fungi Despite the presence of the use to do this are different than Indeed, the fight to save fungus, however, bats in these those often used by bacteria, northeastern bats is a race countries remain healthy. but the end result can be fairly against the clock and, even in light of this optimistic news from similar. The evolution of Complicating matters further is Europe, time has nearly run out. virulence in fungal strains that a 1983 report that includes a was once believed to be slow photograph of a bat in Germany Reprinted from the Feb. 2010 has now been shown to occur with a "powdery white Spore Prints, the Bulletin of the quickly, and may force a substance around its muzzle." It Puget Sound Mycol. Soc. renewed perspective on how goes on to say that several fungi can behave, change, and such bats were observed in FUNGI CAN transfer infectious abilities. caves during surveys. If the substance is, in fact, Geomyces CHANGE QUICKLY, "Prior to this we've believed that destructans, it means that PASS ALONG fungi were generally confined to European bats had been vertical gene transfer or contending with the fungus for INFECTIOUS conventional inheritance, a at least 23 years before it made ABILITY slower type of genetic change its first appearance in the based on the interplay of DNA United States. Science Centric, Mar. 28, 2010 mutation, recombination, and the effects of selection," said If European bats have Ed. Note: Now here’s the bad Michael Freitag, an assistant developed immunity to white- news. professor of biochemistry and nose syndrome, it could help biophysics at Oregon State researchers find a way to save Fungi have significant potential University. . bats in North America. One 5 The Mushroom Log "But in this study we found fungi compromised immune systems, saw a yellow-spotted bell frog in able to transfer an infectious including AIDS patients, and an isolated stream where he capability to a different strain in can be fatal. was looking for another a single generation," he said. endangered species. He "We've probably According to Freitag, this new returned a year later with underestimated this understanding of fungal herpetologist David Hunter of phenomenon, and it indicates genetics and evolution is great the NSW Department of that fungal strains may become news. Environment, Climate Change pathogenic faster than we used and Water. Together, they to think possible." For one thing, it may help found a population of around 100 adult frogs. researchers to better Researchers from the Centre understand the types of fungal for Genome Research and strains that are most apt to They also found tadpoles, six of Biocomputing at OSU develop resistance to fungicides which were collected and raised collaborated on this study with a and help crop scientists develop to maturity. The six frogs have large international group of approaches to minimize that now been placed in a captive scientists, including principal problem. breeding program at Taronga investigators from The Broad Zoo in the Sydney suburb of Institute in Massachusetts, the Mosman. On a more basic level, this University of Amsterdam, and study provides evidence that the USDA Agricultural 'This was definitely the most the "tree of life," with one trunk Research Service at the exciting moment of my career and many branches, is University of Minnesota. and I will be surprised if I repeat outdated. It should be replaced by a "network of life" in which it," Hunter told the AFP news Bacteria use "horizontal" many horizontal connections service. genetic transfer through occur between different chromosomes and DNA species. So why did this one isolated plasmids to change quickly, population survive when all which is one reason that other yellow-spotted bell frogs antibiotic resistance can often "EXTINCT" AUSTRAL- have disappeared? Hunter develop. This capability was IAN FROG REAPPEARS thinks the population could believed to be possible, but 30 YEARS AFTER LAST have some sort of resistance to rare, in fungi. In the new study, SIGHTING the chytrid fungus, although he based on a genome-wide says it is too early to speculate analysis of three Fusarium if that is true, or why. By John Platt species, it was shown experimentally that complete Interestingly, despite the chromosomes were being Scientific American, Mar. 4, 2010 amount of time since the frog transferred between different had been seen in the wild, the fungal strains, along with the Ed. Note: Yet more good news. Australian government never ability to cause infection. gave up on it. A formal recovery Various Fusarium fungi can plan for the species has been in infect both plants and humans. The yellow-spotted bell frog place since 2001. (Litoria castanea), last observed In humans, fungal infections are in the 1970s, has long been thought to be extinct in the wild. The location where the pair less common than those discovered the frogs has not caused by bacteria, but can be Scientists believed it was probably a victim of the deadly been disclosed to protect the stubborn and difficult to treat--- chytrid fungus remaining habitat. in part, because fungi are far more closely related to animals, Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, which has Both reprinted from the April,2010 including humans, than are issue of Spore Prints, the Bulletin bacteria. That limits the types of of the Pugest Sound Mycol. Soc. medical treatments that can be But last year, Luke Pearce, a used against them. Fungal fisheries conservation officer in infections are also a serious the Australian state of New A FIELD GUIDE TO problem in people with South Wales (NSW), thought he GROCERY MUSHROOMS 6 The Mushroom Log ByTammy Sutherland flesh. Choose firm, whole http://homemakers.com/Food& mushrooms and avoid any that Nutrition/cookscorner/ April 20, are slimy or look wrinkled or 2009 spotted. Before using, remove the base of the stem and clean Can't tell a button from a them with a cloth or a vegetable beech? Oh shiitake! Keep the brush. curses at bay by learning about the assortment of mushrooms Flavor and use: Given their at your grocers' and you, too, mild, woodsy flavor, you can can master the magic of use versatile white mushrooms These mushrooms have similar mushrooms. in most any dish-hot or cold. coloring to criminis because But note that when heated, the they're actually the same Perhaps mushrooms win you flavor of button mushrooms species, only mature. over with their health benefits intensifies. Portabellas have much larger including selenium, which helps caps which can measure up to protect against cancer; 2. Crimini mushrooms six inches in diameter. riboflavin, which keeps your skin and your eyes healthy; and Flavor and use: If you've got the niacin, for well-oiled digestive grill going, grab some and nervous systems. portabellas, brush them with olive. oil, and fire them up. Andrew Carmellini, one of the Because of the size of these chefs behind Urban Italian: mushrooms, they have less Simple Recipes and True moisture than smaller varieties Stories from a Life in Food and therefore a more (Bloomsbury USA, 2008) thinks substantial texture. That, along the popularity of mushrooms with their earthy taste, makes has more to do with taste. portabellas popular in When the flesh of the immature "Mushrooms add earthiness, vegetarian dishes. "They have a button mushroom darkens, the body and depth to a meal," he similar feel to a roasted piece of mushroom is known as crimini. says. meat," says Carmellini. While similar to white mushrooms, crimini mushrooms Read on for an intro to just a are firmer and range in color 4. Shiitake mushrooms few of the mushrooms you from light to dark brown. might find at your local grocery With umbrella-like caps that can store and get great tips on how grow to be two to four inches in Flavor and use: If you like white to add them to your meal diameter, shiitake mushrooms mushrooms but prefer tonight. (Lentinula edodes) have a soft; something a little meatier with an earthier taste, use crimini spongy texture and range in 1. White/button mushrooms mushrooms. They make perfect color from tan to dark brown. substitutes, both cooked and The stems may have a curve A young specimen of Agaricus raw. and should be removed before bisporus with a closed cap and cooking. either pale white or light brown 3. Portabella mushrooms (also called Portobello) Flavor and use: You' ll often find these mushrooms in Asian dishes such as stir-fries, and they're believed to have healing properties. Shiitake mushrooms add woodsy hints to pasta dishes. Carmellini says he doesn't often use shiitake mushrooms in his Italian dishes, but rules are made to be 7 The Mushroom Log broken: "I do have a fettuccine well raw in sandwiches and Note from Dick with fresh corn, bacon, and salads or as an added shiitake in my book, which is vegetable in soups and stir frys. Grimm delicious." But Carmellini suggests skipping them if you're cooking Hi shroomers! I am composing 5. Oyster mushrooms an Italian dish: "They're a little a list of those members who delicate for Italian cooking." If would like to be notified of you are using them in a hot spontaneous mini-forays this dish, wait and add them near coming summer. These forays the end of the cooking time, to are initiated with the help of retain more of their flavor. Mother Nature. They only occur when weather conditions 7. Maitake mushrooms have been conducive to produce mushrooms. I will Maitake is an edible mushroom survey the site about 3 to 5 of the species Grifola frondosa. days previous to the proposed This particular mushroom has hunt. No mushrooms…no hunt. many nicknames, including Hen It follows that the burden be The funnel-shaped cap is only placed on you to make contact of the Woods, Sheepshead one of the reasons this with me either by phone (740/ mushroom, Ramshead mushroom (Pleurotus 694-0782) or email mushroom, and "dancing ostreatus) stands apart from the Dickiephyls@yahoo.com the mushroom," because the others. A velvety texture and day before the intended foray to rippled cap resembles dancing unique coloring, sometimes see whether or not all systems butterflies. even a pale yellow or blue, also are “Go”. Directions to the site give it a distinct appearance. will be sent along with the Oyster mushrooms don't last Flavor and use: Looking to amp original notification. There is no long in the fridge, so buy them up the mushroom aspect of a extra charge for these forays; fresh and use them right away. dish? This is Carmellini's they are designed as part of the favorite choice. 'They have a membership “bennies”. You deep, earthy flavor and can get Flavor and use: To make the may bring a non-member guest a great roasted texture." Simply most of their mild flavor, saute one time only. These forays will saute in butter and serve these oyster mushrooms in butter or be one day events typically on a as a side dish. oil before adding them to soups Saturday. Your verification or casseroles. "They crisp up request must be submitted by nicely in a pan," says 8. Beech mushrooms the preceding Friday evening. Carmellini. "It can add some To be placed on the list does good texture to a dish." Beech mushrooms (Hypsizygus not commit you to attend but tessellatus), come in brown and rather only to be notified of the 6. Enoki mushrooms white strains. They're so small event. You will need a that you can skip the chopping collecting receptacle…a basket part and just cook them whole. is best. I will need your email or Not your average looking mushrooms, enoki mushrooms snail mail address to notify you have tiny caps on long, skinny Flavor and use: Cooking these of the event. After I notify you, stems. Cultivars of Flammulina mushrooms will bring out their the ball is in your court to verify velutipes, enoki mushrooms sweet, nutty flavor, but since the happening by Friday…as grow in clusters and should be they also have a firm, crunchy stated above. Like to have you white and firm when you buy texture, add beech mushrooms aboard. them. Skip any bunches with near the end of cooking time to brownish spots. Cut off the make the most of their crunch. Articles for the next newsletter Deadline –July 22 roots and separate the stems before use. Reprinted from the Feb., 2010 David Miller issue of Spore Prints, the Bull. Of 352 West College St. the Puget Sound Mycol. Soc. Flavor and use: With a slight Oberlin, OH 44074 crunchy texture and a mild David.H.Miller@oberlin.edu flavor, these mushrooms work 8 The Mushroom Log Calendar of Events OMS Events Aug. 21 (Sat.) Mini-foray at Chance Creek, Lorain Co. Jul. 16-18. Summer Foray. Email Jerry at email@example.com to Metroparks. 10 am. Dave Miller Ohio University, Athens, OH. receive notification of impromptu (440) 774-8143 for details and Martha Bishop, Dept. of events. Check your most recent directions. We will go no matter Environmental and Plant Biology, issue of the Mushroom Log for the weather. OU. Multiple foray sites will be event updates and for more available. Ohio Brew Week detailed information. Please plan Festival with beer tasting. to join us. All mini-and morel (http:www.ohiobrewweek.com/) forays are subject to cancellation. Call first to confirm. Please bring a Speakers include Michael Kuo on whistle and compass and an RSVP “20 Cool Mushrooms” and Daniel to the host is mandatory so they Molter on “Species, Species Taxa, have cancellation flexibility. and the Species Category.” Further details to follow. Oct. 8-10. Fall Foray. May 1 (Sat.) Morel Mini-Foray at Habitat and Seasonality, the Beaver Creek. Meet at 9 am at Where, When, and Why of McDonald‟s in Calcutta. next to the Mushroom Fruiting. Penitentiary Ogilve Plaza. Directions: Exit OH Glen Nature Center. Further Rte 11 onto OH Rte 170. Go north details in a future Log. for ca. 1-1.5 mi. McDonald‟s is of left and meeting area is Ogilve Aug. 28 (Sat.) Mini-Foray at Sat. Nov. 13. Annual Dick Grimm parking lot just before McDonalds. Groves Woods, in conjunction with Banquet. New location this year at Meet 9am, leave 9:30 am. Sharon Cleveland Natural History Museum the Oberlin Inn in Oberlin, OH Greenberg. (330) 457-2345. Dr. Jeff Day, and Dave Kriska, Further details tba. hosts. 10 am to 1pm. Call Pete Sat., July 10 & Sat. Sept. 25. and Pauline Munk. (440) 236- Mini-foray at Dawes Arboretum. 9222. Ohio & Regional Meet on the deck outside the July 24 (Sat.) Visitor Center at 9:00 am. Depart at 9:30 am. RSVP in Sept. 6 (Mon. Labor Day) Mini- Oct. Date tbd. Gary Lincoff Mid- advance to Dick Doyle (740) foray at Buckeye Trail. Meet at Atlantic Mushroom Foray at Camp 587-0019. Bob Evans, corner St. Rtes. 664 & Sequanota, near Jeanette PA , in 33, in Logan at 10 am. Shirley conjunction with Washington DC Date tbd. Mini-foray at Camp McClelland (740) 536-7448. Mushroom Club.. See the PA website at Frederick in Columbiana http://www.wpamushroom.org for County. Sharon Greenberg. Sept. 18 (Sat.) Mini-foray at Knox details. Lake, near Fredericton. Dick Date tbd. Hopewell Culture Grimm (740) 694-0782. National & More National Historical Park at Aug. 12-15. NAMA Foray, Winter Chilicothe. Shirley McClelland Park, CO. See their website at (740) 536-7448. An open invitation to anyone who http://www.namyco.org. wants to mushroom hunt in rd July 31 (Sat.) Mini-foray at Beaver Fredericktown area. See detailed Sept. 23-26. 33 Annual NEMF Creek St. Park. Meet at Park notice on Page 7 of this Log. Call Sam Ristich Foray. Kerhonkson, Office, 10 am. Walt Sturgeon (330) Dick Grimm (740) 694-0782, and if NY. See their website for details: he‟s available and there are http://www.nemf.org/files/ 426-9833. mushrooms in the woods, he will go. 9 The Mushroom Log Membership Application for the Ohio Mushroom Society NAME ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP TELEPHONE FAX EMAIL ADDRESS Enclosed please find check or money order (check one): ____ $15.00 annual family membership (newsletter via email and website only) ____ $20.00 annual family membership (newsletter via paper, email, and website) ____ $150.00 life membership (newsletter via paper, email, and website) My interests are: Mushroom Eating/Cookery Photography Nature Study Mushroom ID Cultivation Other (specify) Would you like to be an OMS volunteer? In what way? How did you hear about our group?_________________________________________________ SIGNATURE May OMS provide your name to other mushroom related businesses? Yes ______ No Return form and check or money order to: Ohio Mushroom Society c/o Jerry Pepera 8915 Knotty Pine Ln. Chardon, OH 44024 10 The Mushroom Log 2010 Ohio Mushroom Society Volunteers Chairman Newsletter Editor Program Planners Hospitality Co-chair Walt Sturgeon Dave Miller Walt Sturgeon Sharon Greenberg (330) 426-9833 (440) 774-8143 (330) 426-9833 (330) 457-2345 firstname.lastname@example.org David.H.Miller@oberlin.edu email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org. ne Treasurer/Membership/ All-round Special Person Pete & Pauline Munk Circulation (440) 236-9222 New Board Members: Dick Grimm email@example.com Jerry Pepera (740) 694-0782 Shirley McClelland (440) 279-0611 firstname.lastname@example.org Lake MetroParks Liaison (740) 536-7448 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Cleveland Metroparks Pat Morse m Jack-of-All-Trades Liason (440) 256-2106 email@example.com Andrea Moore Dick Doyle Debra Shankland om (740) 969-8049 (740) 587-0019 (440) 526-1012 Chickenmom64@yahoo.co firstname.lastname@example.org dks@clevelandmetroparks. m com Corresponding Sec’y Joe Christian (419) 757-4493 email@example.com 11 The Mushroom Log Ohio Mushroom Society The Mushroom Log Circulation and Membership Jerry Pepera, 8915 Knotty Pine Lane Chardon, OH 44024 Editor Dave Miller 352 W. 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