Bioneers '06: Paul Stamets

Bioneers '06: Paul Stamets

Paul Stamets, a nationally recognized author and biologist, talks about the ecological development and use of mushrooms at the 2006 Bioneers Conference.
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Bioneers '06: Paul Stamets
Regions: North America
Topics: Environment


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Paul Stamets has been a dedicated mycologist for over thirty years. Over this time, he has discovered and coauthored four new species of mushrooms, and pioneered countless techniques in the field of edible and medicinal mushroom cultivation. He received the 1998 "Bioneers Award" from The Collective Heritage Institute, and the 1999 "Founder of a New Northwest Award" from the Pacific Rim Association of Resource Conservation and Development Councils. He has written six books on mushroom cultivation, use and identification. Here he speaks at the 2006 Bioneers Conference.

The Collective Heritage Institute, aka Bioneers, was founded in 1990, when Kenny Ausubel and Nina Simons assembled Bioneers for the first annual Bioneers conference, a gathering of scientific and social innovators who have demonstrated visionary and practical models for restoring the Earth and communities.

The Bioneers Conference is a dynamic, leading-edge forum, focused on practical and visionary solutions for restoring the Earth’s imperiled ecosystems and healing our human communities.



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This bio of Paul Stamets includes links to his books and articles

DVDs of this speech can be purchased online at the Bioneers Store 


Other Bioneers '06 programs on Link TV:

Amy Goodman

Paul Hawken  


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