Earth history & oyster mushroom cultivation topics of upcoming South Slough presentations
CHARLESTON, Ore. -- South Slough Reserve in Charleston is inviting folks to kick off the new year tracing the story of our home planet and learning to cultivate your own mushrooms at a couple January events.
JANUARY 6, 2018: SCIENCE FILM: EARTH - THE INSIDE STORY 1-2 p.m.
Trace the geologic story of our home planet, beginning with its formation four and a half billion years ago and continuing with its evolution to the present. Interspersed with footage of earthquakes and volcanoes, this film features a diverse group of leading geologists who reveal the latest thinking about how the Earth works, from the core to the crust and up to the atmosphere. Come enjoy the big screen, awesome sound system and popcorn. (FREE) Please register online at: www.southsloughestuary.org. Questions about this program? Contact Eric Dean, Education Specialist at (541) 888 - 5558 Ext. 126 firstname.lastname@example.org
JANUARY 13, 2018: OYSTER MUSHROOM LOG CULTIVATION WORKSHOP 1-3 p.m.
Join us for a fun, informative, hands-on mushroom cultivation workshop. Fungi have an important role in our forest as decomposers, and we can mimic that role in our backyards and gardens. Using local hardwoods, you will make your own mushroom producing log that should produce well into the future. The workshop will cover the tools needed and instructions for how to successfully grow gourmet food and medicine. [Max – 25] ($20 / person / log) Please register online at: www.southsloughestuary.org. Questions about this program? Contact Eric Dean, Education Specialist at (541) 888 - 5558 Ext. 126 email@example.com
For more information about this event, call Deborah Rudd at (541) 888-5558 ext. 158.