Welcome to the Alabama Mushroom Society

Welcome

We are a young educational non-profit 501(c) organization. We are an affiliate with the North American Mycological Association and provide forays, educational lectures, scavenger hunts, and other social get-togethers to appeal to beginners and experts alike.

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Suspected Mushroom Poisoning?

If you suspect poisoning from mushroom consumption, call  1-800-222-1222
Try to get high quality photographs of the suspected mushroom to describe to Poison Control!
You may also post those photos to the Emergency Identification Group as a supplement to aid Poison Control.

About Us

Our Philosophy

This is a place for the interested people of Alabama  (and nearby) to discuss and learn about the diverse, photogenic, and often quite tasty  mushrooms in our region. Here we can help each other identify unfamiliar  fruiting bodies, share good foraging territory with the new folk, gloat  excellent finds, share recipes, and generally encourage each other to  get out there and explore! 

The Paths We Travel

A collection of our excellent 2018 Chanterelle finds

We're interested in appreciating the fungus amongus by striking out into our beautiful Alabamian backyard, collecting, documenting, identifying, and often eating some of the most coveted ingredients on the planet.

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About to go on one of our maiden voyages!

Join us! Become a member today and receive access to exclusive guided forays, discounted rates on educational lectures from identification for beginners to cooking and processing your bounty,and even maps of known honey-holes, plus $5 off a membership to our parent affiliation the North American Mycological Association (NAMA).

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