Wild Rivers Mushroom Club

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Organization Category: Environment, Food & Agriculture, and Recreation & AthleticsOrganization Tags: chanterelles, mushrooms, and wildmushrooms

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  • Founded in 2006 by Kathleen Dickson, the Wild Rivers Mushroom Club (WRMC) brings together people of all ages from throughout Curry and Del Norte counties who share a love of learning about, harvesting, cooking, and eating, wild gourmet mushrooms.

    The Wild Rivers Mushroom Club meets at the Harbor Fire Department building at 98069 West Benham Lane, Harbor, Oregon, from 2-4 pm on the second Sunday of each month (September thru April). Membership is $10 per year and is payable at one’s first meeting.

    Meetings are potluck with food and wine. Included in membership are the meetings, workshops, guest speakers and occasional forays into the area to collect wild mushrooms with some of the more experienced members.

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    Send an email via this page, or to otterbeesfarmandfungi@yahoo.com. Please include your name, address, email address and phone number, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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  • 1 Review on “Wild Rivers Mushroom Club”

    1. Jaime Yarbrough Post authorWild Rivers Mushroom Club
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      This group now has a Facebook page and can be found on Facebook at Wild Rivers Mushroom Club.

      The Wild Rivers Mushroom Club meets at the Harbor Fire Department building at 98069 W Benham Ln Harbor OR the Second (2nd) Sunday of each month at 2-4 PM from September to April. Membership is $10/year and is paid prior to attending the first meeting.

      Meetings are potluck with food and wine. Included in membership are the meetings, workshops, guest speakers and occasional foray’s into the area to collect wild mushrooms with some of the more experienced members.
      During the January meeting a report was given by a couple members that attended a local 3 day seminar on truffels. The November meeting was a workshop that built oyster mushroom kits.

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