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I’ll be doing signings for Spalted Wood and Ardulum (my sci fi book), as well as turning spalted wood demos, on July 1st, from 6-8pm, at Think Brain Candy bookstore in Lebanon, OR. Bring your book to be signed, or buy one … Continue reading
I’ll be giving a talk about spalting at Northwoods Figured Woods in Gaston, OR, on March 11th at 2:00pm. Following that I will be doing book signings of the spalted wood book and my new science fiction book (2:30pm or … Continue reading
See the flyer here. I have several pieces there, which are for sale if you’re looking to do early holiday shopping. The exhibit opened September 15th, 2016, and will close October 31st, 2016. It is being held at the Morning … Continue reading
The Cascade Mycological Society (CMS) along with Lane Community College have been long time partners of the Mount Pisgah Arboretum Mushroom Festival by providing the centerpiece of the festival, the Mushroom displays. CMS is now bringing a little bit of … Continue reading
Hey all! We got a bit of a shout out in Popular Science this month (they did a phone interview with me). Check it out here.
Three members of the Applied Mycology Lab (we got a lab rename!) were spotted at a Wood Magic booth on Saturday, demonstrating how bubbles can be blown through red oak. Hooray for wood anatomy! (from left to … Continue reading
Sarath Vega, a PhD student working on tropical fungi for spalting from Peru, just got showcased on the national news in her country! The video is in Spanish, but even if you don’t understand a word, it’s still cool to … Continue reading
Hey hey! Northern Spalting made the cover of The Burl Hunter! Check it out.
Be sure to check out the May/June 2014 issue of American Scientist. There is a neat article in there about spalting, with information about new techniques we’ve been developing.
In case you missed it, the Corvallis Advocate write a lovely piece on my recent move to OSU and my work with spalting. Several of my previous pieces are highlighted as well. Read the article here.