I’m presently looking at a fresh dusting of snow, but taking heart that signs of Spring are indeed becoming apparent. For all of you here in the Northwest, Alfa Vedic Botanical Gardens is kicking off the new growing season, with the first of several workshops to be hosted here at the farm in the near future. This particular event will feature renown mycelium guru, and owner of Fungaia Farm, Levon Durr:
The Art Of Cultivating Mushrooms on Logs
AV Botanical Gardens
4125 Big Flat Rd, Crescent City
Saturday, March 2nd from 1pm to 3pm
$25 per person
This is mushroom country here, and we’re excited to have Levon help us refine our farming skills in the area of medicinal mushrooms. 2019 will see an increased production, and diversification of medicinal herbs here at the farm, especially with valuable medicinals such as Reishi Mushroom.
To register online go to: www.fungaiafarm.com
or call Deborah Lando direct at 707–382–3251
We’ll be hosting other workshops ranging from Permaculture, Ionization Analysis of soil to grow Nutrient Dense Food and Wildcrafting in our surrounding wilderness that boasts 100 times the biomass of the Amazon basin. We look forward to seeing you here!
Dr. Barre Paul Lando
Dr. Lando completed MICP certification from Stanford Medical School after pre-med studies, and earning his MS in Psychology. As a scholarship athlete in college, and life-long enthusiast in the martial arts, his interest in athletic training and nutrition were the impetus for attending both Naturopathic and Chiropractic colleges with specializations in Japanese Meridian Therapy, Kinesiology, Osteopathy & traditional European Bio-Terrain Medicine. Dr. Lando is a certified Master Gardener trained in Permaculture, and conducts Agri-Medicine workshops for growing nutrient-dense food at his medicinal herb farm in the Northwest.