We grow shiitake, oyster, and wine cap mushrooms for fresh eating and home cultivation. A delicious source of protein for you and your family, homegrown mushrooms can provide many years of abundant harvests. Our shiitake and oyster mushrooms are grown on sustainably harvested local hardwoods or red maple logs from our own forest. Given proper growing conditions, these logs are ready to produce multiple flushes of fresh, delicious mushrooms each year.
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Lentinula edodes, shiitake mushrooms are delicious as well as a potent medicinal. Feeding on dead wood, it's easy to grow these nutritionally dense, gourmet mushrooms at home.
The easiest to propagate, wine capmushroom can grow directly in mulched areas or garden beds. Actively building healthy soil for your plants, wine cap are an exceptional fungi partner.
Happy to grow on many types of wood, oyster mushrooms are easy to cultivate and a great way to produce food on fallen, normally discarded logs. Try growing them on "totems" for a fun home project.
Turkey Tail is a woody medicinal. You don't eat it, but instead steep it or make a tincture to ingest. It grows on many kinds of dead wood, is native the world over, and has loads of studies to support the medicinal claims.