Rainbo Forays 2022

Rainbo Forays 2022

Foray Schedule 2022

The purpose of the forays will be for mushroom identification, education and connecting to nature!

Foray Dates

Saturday September 24, 2022 - sign-up link

Sunday September 25, 2022 - sign-up link

*Location and details will be confirmed after sign-up. All forays will be located around 1 hour's drive north of Tkaronto/Toronto.

Foraging in uncertain times 🖐

The health and safety of our community is our primary priority.

Important COVID-19 Precautions:

    • Forays require pre-registration and are limited to 25 people.
    • Registration for the forays is open, please sign up for one foray only to allow others the opportunity to attend.
    • Please only attend the foray if you are healthy, feel safe and are willing to be responsible and respectful of communal health.
    • Should you be experiencing any signs of COVID-19 such as cough, fever, runny nose, sore throat or illness, please let us know immediately and do not attend the foray. You will be refunded.

Check out our Mushroom Foraging Guide here! 

a table laden with many different types of fungi and surrounded by a group of people listening to the expert talk about fungi
Rainbo Foray 2021

The Fungi Foundation

This year 100% of the proceeds will be donated to The Fungi Foundation.

The Fungi Foundation is the first charity in the world dedicated exclusively to the study and conservation of fungi. They work for fungi, their habitats and the communities that depend on them.

The Fungi Foundations has four main programs:

- Elders: to recognize and celebrate the ancestral relationships between fungi and other organisms, including humans.

- Conservation: to determine the probability of extinction of fungi in every continent using IUCN Red List Criteria and develop campaigns to protect them and their habitats.

- Education: to develop and implement the first global mycological curriculum to ensure that the study of fungi is included in school curriculums in different countries.

- Expeditions: Discover and preserve the fungal diversity and indigenous knowledge of the last wild places on Earth.

For more information, check www.ffungi.org

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