Tiny Tracks + Update on Mushroom Class

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Any idea what this ?

It is sign from a slug or snail. You can see where it has eaten the algae off of the bark of a beech tree. Until recently I had only ever noticed this on wooden benches, picnic tables, and a garage door. Now I keep noticing it on trunks and branches of beech trees.

Here is an update on the Mushroom Log Inoculation Class that William Padilla Brown will be teaching at Millport Conservancy on the 25th of this month (March). As already mentioned, mushroom logs will be available for $5 each. What I had not mentioned is the species that will be available. They are:

Oyster
Shiitake
Elm Oyster
Enoki
and Lions Mane

Hope to see you there!

Nate

 

 

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One thought on “Tiny Tracks + Update on Mushroom Class

  1. Nate I sent you and email at your Yahoo account. Not sure if you rec’d it or not. Is that still your email? Thanks! Lynn

    On Sun, Mar 12, 2017 at 1:14 PM, Nathan Carlos Rupley wrote:

    > Nathan Carlos Rupley posted: ” Any idea what this ? It is sign from a slug > or snail. You can see where it has eaten the algae off of the bark of a > beech tree. Until recently I had only ever noticed this on wooden benches, > picnic tables, and a garage door. Now I keep noticing it on t” >

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