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Person of the Year 2019 - Connect with @FungiwithBengi | Ben Kendrick

Ben's StoryTo introduce myself, I've always loved the outdoors ever since I was a kid. I loved spending time in the backyard eating various fruit and berries that grew there. I was involved with Beavers and Cubs (scouts) and my family went camping a lot, and it really spurred an interest in simple living and survival skills. My teenager years were like a lot of other people; I was a bright student, but lacked direction and motivation, and my grades reflected that for a couple of years.Fast forward to a bit more recently: last year I was looking for an...

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Workshopping [Historic]

Hey MycoPals, I hope all of you out there are taking care of yourselves. It’s been awhile since my last update here. There’s surely going to be a time for an increase in activity and that time is coming soon. For now I am toiling away on the roadwork that will serve as a foundation to MycoPals as we move forward here with what I plan to do. This weekend I’ll be out in Haysville Kansas attending a workshop hosted by Eric Myers of Myers Mushrooms. There’s quite a lot of road to cover between here and there! The guy...

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We're On The Move [Historic]

Just a quick update for anyone following, a move is planned for this upcoming May. [Which may or may not occur on time as according to plan due to the current events] The process will be quite a long one from move to farm. We’ve got to find a proper house in the area we’d like to live for things to begin and really take hold. Before that I have a few things to do as well. When I land I plan to arrange visits with farmers across the United States to meet people within the community and to gain...

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A Quick Update [Historic]

Good Morning, MycoPals! Hope you all are doing well. I just wanted to stop in and give you guys a quick run down on whats been going on here recently with the site detailing minor changes and the release of our first learn and explore content piece. First off, to ease the strain on the eyes, I went ahead and darkened up the theme! Nobody wants to dig into an interesting read soaked in the moonlight while their eyeballs are quite literally burning out of their sockets. Yes, I am an advocate for GOOD dark themes to be the universal...

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