Welcome to the Connecticut Westchester Mycological Association

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Connecticut Westchester Mycological Association, 914-294-5015
Connecticut - Westchester Mycological Association
COMA is an educational and recreational group devoted to advancement of the science of mycology through public education, organized forays and field trips, publication, lectures, and nature study. Our activities encompass the fields of natural history, botany, taxonomy, culinary arts, photography, toxicology, microscopy, and more. The club actively promotes public education about mushrooms to prevent poisoning by toxic species.
Mushroom U
A six-session class focusing on a different genus of mushrooms each year, taught by Gary Lincoff, leading mycologist and author of the Audubon Field Guide to North American Mushrooms
A family-friendly activity
Amateur mycology is fun for all ages. Your kids will love exploring the great outdoors, and will develop an appreciation of the natural world that will last a lifetime.
Clark Rogerson Foray
Held annually in late summer, the Clark Rogerson Foray is one of North America's premier amateur mycology events. Foray in the Berkshires' lush state parks, learn from professional mycologists, enjoy gourmet mycophagy, compete in a mushroom trivia contest and bid on anything that suits your fungal fancy at the mushroom tchotchke auction.
Why join COMA?
Camaraderie, intellectual stimulation and gourmet mycophagy are just a few of the benefits of joining COMA