Mushroom Revival Podcast

A podcast devoted to the wonderful world of fungi. Our eclectic show covers fungi in health & wellness, technology, science, culture and more. Welcome to the Mushroom Revival.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 57m. Bisher sind 144 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 5 days 21 hours 26 minutes


episode 19: Conservation of Fungi with Giuliana Furci

Today we highlight the immensely important work of Giuliana Furci. We discuss the conservation of fungi and why it's important. How do we address endangered species of fungi? How can we actually take action and support these critical measures? We also cover women's role in mycology, how and why mycology needs to be incorporated into educational curriculums, and so much more.


 2019-09-03  1h6m

episode 18: Mycoremediation and Mushrooms in Mexico with Daniel Reyes

Today we have a good friend and brilliant mind on the show —  Daniel Reyes. This is a great episode if you want to learn more mycoremeditation, mushrooms in Mexico, the oil and gas industry, industrial remediation, mushroom travel and mush more!
Daniel Reyes has been learning, teaching, experimenting with, and researching fungi in many different capacities for the last 5 years...


 2019-08-27  1h46m

episode 17: Cordyceps Around the World with Daniel Winkler

In todays show, we talk all about zombie fungi with our good friend Daniel Winkler, a cordyceps expert. We talk about entomopathogenic fungi acting as endophytes, mycorrhizas, parasites and beyond. In this episode you will learn about the cause and effects of these sci-fi mushrooms.
Daniel grew up in Munich, Bavaria, and started hunting Steinpilz (Boletus edulis) with his family at age three...


 2019-08-20  1h46m

episode 16: Capturing Carbon in the Soil Sponge with Fungi - Sue Van Hook

Today we welcome the renown and beloved mycologist, Sue Van Hook. Sue specializes in mycorrhizal fungi,  soil health, and the soil sponge. Sue discusses fungi's role in the carbon life cycle and what this means for climate change. Join us to take a deep dive into this vital system.
Sue is a mycologist, naturalist, teacher and healer...


 2019-08-14  41m

episode 15: Art & Culture of the Mushroom World with Art Goodtimes

Mushrooms are niche, but many people in the mushroom world have a burning passion for the fungal queendom, so much so that they dedicate their lives to celebrating all things mushroom. Today's guest, Art Goodtimes, is one of those humans! Art talks all about the development of the Telluride Mushroom Festival in Telluride, Colorado where he resides. We also discuss his prominent art forms— poetry, art and linguistics— and how he weaves in shrooms and fungi as a central theme.


 2019-08-06  56m

episode 14: Myco-Materials with Gavin McIntyre of Ecovative

Today we welcome the brilliant engineer and entrepreneur, Gavin McIntyre who co-founded Ecovative. Ecovative is a start up focusing on optimizing revolutionary applications in materials science using fungi. From foams to faux meat, Ecovative is inching its way into a multitude industries with the goal of replacing toxic materials with regenerative materials from fungi and agricultural byproducts...


 2019-07-30  56m

episode 13: Mushrooms in Shipping Containers with Tess Burzynski of Fungi Freights

Tess Burzynski is an inspiring female mycologist who started Fungi Freights, where she transforms shipping containers into mushroom research labs. Tess has done incredible work with bringing mycology to urban spaces and inspiring citizens to get involved. Tess works wonders when it comes to bridging the gap between mushrooms and people, and today we talk all about how she built these mini steel empires in Detroit, Michigan...


 2019-07-23  26m

episode 12: Chemistry for Mycologists with Mandie Quark

This is a special interview with our friend Mandie Quark. Mandie has a Bachelor’s in Chemistry from an eclectic Honors College in Maryland and a Masters in Biochemistry from the University of the Sciences. She spent the first part of her career studying molecular biology in academia, with a healthy fascination of mycology on the side. For more than a decade she has worked as a biomedical research scientist in Philadelphia...


 2019-07-16  1h17m

episode 10: Mushroom Spagyrics & Mushroom Foraging with Michael Weese

Curious about what it takes to be a pro mushroom forager? And then what does one do with all of that fungal abundance? Our guest and good friend, Micheal Weese from MushroomLife is here to answer those questions. Micheal reveals some of his best kept secrets for foraging for mushrooms in the wild. We discuss wardrobe, equipment, mushroom identification, seasonal preparedness and more...


 2019-07-02  40m

episode 9: Cordyceps & Reishi Genetics with Ryan Paul Gates

Today we welcome a mushroom legend, Ryan Paul Gates. Ryan is based in Detroit, where he spends his time working with mushroom genetics for strain development. He an OG for cordyceps militaris cultivation in US, and we owe a lot of that popularity to his work. Ryan is the owner of Terrestrial Fungi, a mycology company selling the best genetics you can get. Ryan's specialities are in cordyceps militaris and ganoderma species...


 2019-06-25  1h1m