Wolli Talks 2013 – Thursday 6th June at 7.00 pm – Fantastic Fungi: Two great talks about Fungi

Fantastic Fungi talks


Thursday 6 June 2013 at 7:00pm (display from 6.30pm)

 

at Canterbury Earlwood Caring Centre (CECAL), corner of Lewins and Clarke Sts. Earlwood (enter via Lewins St, opposite Coles carpark)

 

Two lectures on fantastic fungi by Donald Gover and Dr Ray and Elma Kearney, all
executive members of the Sydney Fungal Studies Group Inc.

 

7 pm

An introduction to fungi – Don Gover, followed by questions Tea break (display of posters, books and CDs for sale)

 

8pm

Fantastic fungi: facts and findings – Dr. Ray and Elma Kearney, followed by questions

PLUS

Field study of fungi in Wolli Creek Valley


Come along to the field trip after the talks to put your knowledge into practice, and be amazed at what experienced fungi finders can find and identify in your local bushland

Saturday 8 June at 10am. Bookings essential as numbers are limited: email info@wollicreek.org.au or phone 0431 914 553.

 

Download the Fantastic Fungi Flyer for more info. and great fungi photos


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