Mushroom Day at Robin Hills Farm

. April 1, 2016.
Morel-Mushroom

Presented by Robin Hills Farm, Mushroom Day is a celebration of the fungus among us. Three different activities are scheduled throughout the day — an ID class, where students will learn how to identify wild mushrooms; a mushroom walk around the Robin Hills Farm property; and to end the day, a class about the basics of growing mushrooms at home. There’s also the chance that participants will find oysters and morels. Classes can be taken individually or as a group. Taught by Rachel Misfud. 

 

Saturday, May 14
1-3pm/ID class, 3-5pm/Mushroom walk, 6-8pm/Grow your own mushrooms.
$25/ID class, $15/Mushroom Walk, $10/Grow your own mushrooms.
Robin Hills Farm, 20390 Stockbridge Chelsea Rd., Chelsea.
734-929-2423 | robinhillsfarm.com 

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