6-Day Fungiculture Design Course in Guatemala
$750 – $950
6-Day Fungiculture Design Course in Guatemala

6-Day Fungiculture Design Course in Guatemala

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Fungi Academy

San Marcos la Laguna

Guatemala

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Come immerse yourself in the fantastic world of fungi! This intensive course will give you all the hands-on experience and knowledge you need to grow your own mushrooms successfully. Topics covered will include:


  • Mycophilosophy and the Ecology of Fungi

  • Laboratory skills

  • Indoor vs. Outdoor Cultivation

  • DIY Methods

  • Tissue cultures

  • Liquid cultures

  • Collecting and germinating spores

  • Propagating mycelium on bulk substrate (grain, hay, recycled organic waste, etc)

  • Mycoremediation

  • Gardening with Mushrooms

  • Permaculture Ethics and Strategy

...and more!

The course will begin at 11:00am on Tuesday, January 10th and conclude after a Cacao Ceremony on Sunday evening. Feel free to come and stay with us Monday night before the course.

Wholesome Meals: We will provide three vegetarian meals daily, prepared with fresh ingredients sourced from local markets. Our meals are typically served family-style and eaten together in a circle. We are happy and willing to accommodate vegan and gluten-free diets.

Free Tent Camping: Includes access to solar shower and composting toilet. If you wish to stay in a private room, please book through our NuMundo portal.

Languages Spoken: English, Spanish, German, Estonian.

If you need to stay connected during the course, WiFi is available in our common room.

We will limit our group size to a maximum of 12 people in order to ensure the most valuable, attentive experience for our course participants. Cost includes workshops, meals, tent camping, access to the yoga platform, and a cacao ceremony on the final night of the course.

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