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The Hope of Fungi Amidst the 6th Mass Extinction:Spiritual Experience, Medicine, and Human Evolutio

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Presented by MooseWood Nature Center at MooseWood Nature Center, Marquette MI

Oct 28 2017
The Hope of Fungi Amidst the 6th Mass Extinction:Spiritual Experience, Medicine, and Human Evolutio

Ryan Iacovacci will lead a discussion, followed by a fungi walk/ID, focused on the roles fungi play not only in the forest ecosystems, but as they relate to the evolution and survival of symbiotic species, especially humans.

When Anthropologists found ‘Otzi the Ice Man’ in North Italy, the frozen mummy had two special and very common mushrooms attached to his belt. What was it that humans knew back then…3500 B.C.E.?

Ryan Iacovacci will lead a discussion, followed by a fungi walk/ID, focused on the roles fungi play not only in the forest ecosystems, but as they relate to the evolution and survival of symbiotic species, especially humans. Mushrooms have been used in Chinese medicine for thousands of years, as well as mystical experience throughout Central/South America for just as long. Remnants of Fungi

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