Capturing carbon in the Soil Sponge with Fungi with Sue Van Hook
Capturing carbon in the Soil Sponge with Fungi with Sue Van Hook - Episode 16 - Mushroom Revival Podcast
August 13, 2019
Alex Dorr and Madz Niemackl with guest Sue Van Hook
Capturing carbon in the Soil Sponge with Fungi with Sue Van Hook – Episode 16 – Mushroom Revival Podcast.
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A podcast devoted to the wild and wacky world of Mushrooms! Episode SIXTEEN is a special interview with Sue Van Hook. This is a great episode if you want to learn more about mycorrhizal fungi, climate change, soil health, the soil sponge, soil fungi, and more!
Sue is a mycologist, naturalist, teacher and healer. She has been studying the taxonomy and ecology of fungi for the past 45 years, having begun her coursework in the Pacific Northwest where the mushroom season lasts 9 months of the year. She completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees in botany and mycology at Humboldt State University under the tutelage of Dr. David L. Largent. For 18 years she taught biology and environmental science labs at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY. While at Skidmore she served as a mycological consultant to Ecovative for the first three years before becoming the full time Mycologist at the company. In her retirement she consults and teaches about fungi..
Mushroom Revival is an Organic medicinal mushroom company based in South Deerfield Massachusetts. We help people gain more energy, a better nights sleep, a clearer mind and a bullet proof immune system. We plant one tree for every product we sell, revitalizing health inside and out with organic medicinal mushrooms. We are the biggest producer of Cordyceps militaris mushrooms in the western world and the only certified organic producer in this half of the globe..
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