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Paul Stamets’ Anti-dote for Colony Collapse Disorder

By Roy L Hales

There was an upside to this summer’s long ferry waits at the Whaletown terminal on Cortes island. One of North America’s leading fungi experts, Paul Stamets, was in the car in front of me.  While we were waiting for a second ferry, he told me about his discovery an anti-dote for colony collapse disorder. 

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The Limitations Of Bioremediation

By Roy L Hales

In its’ simplest form, bio-restoration is something that every farmer every just does naturally.  In this interview, Canadian  ecologist/journalist Rex Weyler talks about natural solutions to most of the world’s environmental problems and the limitations of bioremediation.

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Save the World one Mushroom at a Time

Screen-shot-2014-03-18-at-3.43.47-PM Paul Stamets love affair with fungi stretches back over 40 years. He has discovered several new species of mushrooms, written six books and pioneered countless techniques in the field of cultivation. This is the first part of an interview about Paul Stamets’ upcoming workshop at Hollyhock on Cortes Island. He discusses how we can “save the World one mushroom at a time.”
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