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Western PA Mushroom Club

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Background Information

Employment History

Photography Committee


Affiliations

North American Mycological Association

Chairman of Photography Committee


Western Pennsylvania Mushroom Club

Founder


Speaker's Bureau

Member


The MAW

Member


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Contributors (MushroomExpert.Com)

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John Plischke
Mr. Plischke is an amateur mycologist who spends most of his free time hunting and photographing mushrooms. He is the walk and foray chairman and past president of the Western Pennsylvania Mushroom Club. He has given scores of mushroom lectures and slide presentations, has won over 50 awards for his mushroom photography, and has produced two programs for the North American Mycological Association (NAMA) Educational Series. He is now chair of NAMA's Photography Committee and editor of the Western Pennsylvania Mushroom Club Cookbook.


Contributors (MushroomExpert.Com)

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John Plischke
Mr. Plischke is an amateur mycologist who spends most of his free time hunting and photographing mushrooms. He is the walk and foray chairman and past president of the Western Pennsylvania Mushroom Club. He has given scores of mushroom lectures and slide presentations, has won over 50 awards for his mushroom photography, and has produced two programs for the North American Mycological Association (NAMA) Educational Series. He is now chair of NAMA's Photography Committee and editor of the Western Pennsylvania Mushroom Club Cookbook.


www.mawdc.org

November's meeting will be a special treat our members as MAW welcomes John Plischke III of the Western PA Mushroom club.
John is recognized as one of the best field mycologists, and his contributions to mycology, his home club in Pittsburgh PA, and MAW are too numerous to list. John has a keen interest in photography, and that will be the subject of his talk: Photography and the NAMA photo contest winners.


The Horticultural Society of New York

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John Plischke III
John Plischke III is a founding member of the Western Pennsylvania Mushroom Club, which has become one of the largest mushroom clubs in the US. He is Walk and Foray Chairman of the WPMC and a member of the Speaker's Bureau. John has been awarded the club's Distinguished Service Award. John is an identifying mushroom expert for the Western PA Mushroom Club (WPMC). He is a life member of NAMA and a trustee to both NAMA and NEMF. NAMA has awarded John the prestigious Harry and Elsie Knighton Award. John is Chairman of the NAMA Photography Committee. He has also presented programs to many NAMA affiliated mushroom clubs. He is the editor of two WPMC wild mushroom cookbooks. John is also the author of Morel Mushrooms and Their Poisonous Look A Likes and Good Mushroom, Bad Mushroom. He has also contributed to over a dozen other mushroom books. He developed 2 slide programs for NAMA, has made numerous contributions to the NEMF website, and his portfolio includes 10 different mushroom programs. John has won over 85 national and regional awards for his mushroom photography, is past chairman of the Fungus Section of the PA Biological Survey, has contributed to the mushroom poster available at the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation of Natural Resources, and has given scores of mushroom programs from the East coast to the West coast and across Canada. He can be reached at fungi01@aol.com.


newyorkmyc.org

John Plischke III
John Plischke III "Mushrooms That Grow On Other Mushrooms" John Plischke III is a founding member of the Western Pennsylvania Mushroom Club, which has become one of the largest mushroom clubs in the US. He is Walk and Foray Chairman of the WPMC and a member of the Speaker's Bureau. John has been awarded the club's Distinguished Service Award. John is an identifying mushroom expert for the Western PA Mushroom Club (WPMC). He is a life member of NAMA and a trustee to both NAMA and NEMF. NAMA has awarded John the prestigious Harry and Elsie Knighton Award. John is Chairman of the NAMA Photography Committee. He has also presented programs to many NAMA affiliated mushroom clubs. He is the editor of two WPMC wild mushroom cookbooks. John is also the author of Morel Mushrooms and Their Poisonous Look A Likes and Good Mushroom, Bad Mushroom. He has also contributed to over a dozen other mushroom books. He developed 2 slide programs for NAMA, has made numerous contributions to the NEMF website, and his portfolio includes 10 different mushroom programs. John has won over 85 national and regional awards for his mushroom photography, is past chairman of the Fungus Section of the PA Biological Survey, has contributed to the mushroom poster available at the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation of Natural Resources, and has given scores of mushroom programs from the East coast to the West coast and across Canada. He can be reached at fungi01@aol.com.


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