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Dr. Steve Trudell

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Phone: (540) ***-****  HQ Phone
North American Mycological Association
PO Box 64
Christiansburg, Virginia 24068
United States

Company Description: The North American Mycological Association (NAMA) is an organization of amateur mycologists, originally organized as the People-to-People Committee on Fungi in...   more

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  • PhD
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NAMA: Contacts, 22 Dec 2013 [cached]
Steve Trudell
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Steve Trudell Steve Trudell, PhD, is a life member of NAMA and currently is Chair of the Literature Committee and a member of the Photography and Education committees. He is author of, and photographer for, Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest (with Joe Ammirati) and Tricholomas of North America: A Mushroom Field Guide (with Alan Bessette, Arleen Bessette, and Bill Roody). Steve has been photographing and identifying mushrooms for over 35 years, and studies their roles in forest nutrient cycling. Ultimately he would like to know why there are so many of them. He has taught classes about mushrooms at the University of Washington, The Evergreen State College, and Santa Barbara Community College, and has been a speaker, workshop leader, or foray mycologist for nearly every mushroom club in western North America.
Steve Trudell : Cascade Mycological Society [cached]
Foray with Steve Trudell
Coast Mushroom Foray with Steve Trudell
Steve Trudell, co-author of Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest, is an affiliate professor in the College of Forest Resources and lecturer in the Biology Department at the University of Washington. He has been identifying and photographing mushrooms and studying their ecology for over 30 years. He writes for several mycological publications and frequently serves as foray mycologist or invited lecturer for mushroom and other nature groups.
Last year you may have attended Steve's presentation at LCC. He also stayed for the entire weekend and helped to identify mushrooms for the mushroom festival. Because of him we were able to have several Cortinarius mushrooms photographed and identified that otherwise would have been left on the "what is this" table.
October is one of the most beautiful times of the year to visit the coast. Honeyman State Park is a great place to forage for mushrooms and many unusual and rare mushrooms have been found there. Last year someone found Hydnellum geogenium and brought it to the MPA mushroom festival. Steve was instrumental in getting this very rare find identified.
Tags: foray, Hydnellum, mushroom show, Steve Trudell
CMS Keynote Speaker - Steve Trudell - Friday, October 28th
Come hear Steve Trudell's important message Friday, October 28th, 7pm, at the LCC forum building.
Steve Trudell is a forest ecologist and educator who has been hunting, photographing, and learning about mushrooms for over 35 years.
Also find Steve at the Mt. Pisgah Mushroom Festival, Sunday, October 30th. He will have copies of his book for sale, as will be helping with mushroom identification.
Tags: Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest, Steve Trudell
Foray with Steve Trudell
Guest speaker at the meeting was ..., 17 Mar 2010 [cached]
Guest speaker at the meeting was Dr. Steve Trudell, affiliate professor in the School of Forest Resources and lecturer in the Biology Department at the University of Washington. Steve is co-author of recently published Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest and writes for several mycological publications, and frequently serves as foray mycologist or invited lecturer for mycological societies and other nature groups. His research interests include the roles of fungi in forest nutrient cycling. Several members purchased autographed copies of Steve's book. Steve's presentation was Why Mushrooms Matter and provided excellent insights on essential fungi roles in the world's ecosystem especially fungus roots (mycorrhiza). Members wanting additional information on Dr Steve Trudell's studies on mycorrhizas may visit
NAMA Officers, 10 Jan 2007 [cached]
Steve Trudell Literature Committee
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