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St. Valentine’s Day Mushroom Walk in Estabrook Woods

Celebrate St. Valentine’s Day on Friday, February 14, from 1-3 pm with a mushroom walk in Estabrook Woods.

Bring a date, or come by yourself. You might find the love of your life, while examining a super cup fungus embedded in ice! All are welcome!

Mycologist Lawrence Millman (pictured here) will be our foray leader.

Millman is the author of  Fungipedia: A Compendium of Mushroom Lore and Fascination Fungi of New England.

Millman has done fungal surveys in places as diverse as Honduras, Arctic Canada, Panama, East Greenland, Western Samoa, and Nantucket.

For more information and to RSVP, email:

Limited to the first 20 reservations. This event is free.

Sponsored by Thoreau Farm and the Thoreau Society.


Feb 14 2020


1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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