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It's true!

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The MST's 2016 fall foray schedule has been finalized and is posted on the foray schedule page at http://myctor.org/u23. There are 16 forays this spring, from September 3rd to October 16th. Join up and come out with us!
MST members whose membership dues are up to date will also receive the foray schedule by email - check your spam or junk mail folders.

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Reservations have been opened to the public for the MST's annual spring dinner on Monday, May 16th at Piatto Restaurant. There are 39 seats still available. Register online to attend!

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You asked, we listened!

Pat Burchell has added a second Intro to Field ID course in June. The May course sold out in 16 hours, so don't wait to register!

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We're seeing morels in southern Ontario since last week. Have you found any?

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Important for MST members! The MST's May 18th foray location has been changed to Palgrave (no longer at Copeland). Alan Gan and Umberto Pascali will be leading the foray. More details on the foray schedule page at https://www.myctor.org/forays/current.

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Fungicides chlorothalonil and pyraclostrobin aren't as safe for bees as previously believed - it makes them three times more susceptible to the microscopic parasite Nosema.

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Signal boost for a worthy fundraising initiative: Mbeng Adio Mushroom Farm Women’s Outreach Initiative for mushroom cultivation in Cameroon.

From their founder: "MAMF trains & invests in Cameroonian women in mushroom cultivation to create economic empowerment & sustainability in their lives."

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Remember, you can't forage just anywhere. Ontario provincial parks have similar restrictions.

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New clues to fungal bioluminescence from Japan.
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