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The purpose of NMMS is to advance the understanding and stimulate the interest of its members in the field of mycology by providing opportunities for study, holding conferences, facilitating cooperative research, arranging forays, exchanging information among members, and interchanging specimens and information with other interested parties and organizations.

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NMMS Upcoming Meetings & Events

Notice: Change of Venue

NMMS is no longer meeting at the Albuq Garden Center.

Sunday, March 10, 2024 • 2 - 4 pm • first regular meeting of the year

Our first meeting for 2024 will be at UNM Castetter Hall room 55 on March 10th, 2 - 4pm.

David and Terri Wallis will be presenting "New Mexico Macrofungi - Seasons, Habitats & Basic Identification"

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Getting to Castetter Hall (219 Yale Blvd NE)

We will hold most meetings at UNM Castetter Hall room 55

Each year, we also hold a couple of meetings in Santa Fe
Refer to the schedule of events.

North American Mycological Association

NMMS is an affiliated member of NAMA, and NMMS members receive a discount on NAMA membership.  NAMA holds Regional Forays as well as its Annual Foray.

Publications, Programs, and Other Fun Stuff

Edible New Mexico Magazine Article

Writers for Edible New Mexico Magazine attended the NMMS 2022 Foray in Taos.  Their story appears in the Early Winter 2022: Canopy issue:  Mad About Mushrooms...Beauty, Flavor, and Science Converge on a Taos Foray

This beautiful magazine has several other articles important to folks interested in the important position of Fungus and Mycology in the world, well, at least New Mexico! Besides the chronicle of our 2022 Foray, readers will also find other informative treats: Growing the Soil , The Secrets of PiƱon and Local Heroes all contain items of interest to Mycologists. Most of us love food, and the magazine celebrates local creativity and sustainable food, beverage, and farming artistry. Take time to enjoy the entire issue.

Fungi Magazine Website

Each issue of FUNGI will explore the world of mycology from many different angles. With regular features ranging from toxicology to medicinal mushrooms, from photography to book reviews, FUNGI will inform and entertain everyone from beginner to professional mycologist.

Link to September 12, 2021 Presentation Slides

Meeting at Santa Fe Railyards: Genetics, DNA Barcoding, and Vouchering (PDF)

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