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  1. RonnySimulacrum

    Caine Barlow - Australian Psilocybe and their Lookalikes - Video

    Sub, a Dub, Dub
  2. RonnySimulacrum

    EGA - Support Ethnobotanical Knowledge Sharing - Donations Matched!

    We were not expecting this, however, we have reopened and extended our fundraiser campaign until Sunday night. We decided to do this after we had a couple of folks contact us that still wished to offer support to our charity. Big thanks to the Shaman Australis botanicals (www.shaman-australis.com.au) for their recent generous donation. Anyway if you are one of the folks that wanted to sneak in a late donation and support the work of EGA now's your chance. We wish to send a massive thanks again, to the community that have contributed to the campaign. Respectfully EGA team.
  3. RonnySimulacrum

    Resource: Entheogenesis Australis online video channel is live

    Caine Barlow - Australian Psilocybe and their Lookalikes
  4. Title - Australian Psilocybe and their Lookalikes Synopsis While the Genus Psilocybe in Australia, is represented by few formally defined species, there are comparatively many more look-alike species. Many of them are poisonous, some can cause liver or kidney damage, some deadly. Being able to identify the lookalikes as well as the desired mushroom goes a long way to increasing your own safety and being able to help friends identify theirs. Foragers should know how to identify Galerina sp., Hypholoma sp., and those from the genus Cortinarius. Talk Slide Link http://www.entheogenesis.org/wp-conte... Bio - Caine Barlow Caine Barlow is a fungi educator who has been cultivating and studying fungi for 13 years. In 2019 he completed a Master's degree where his research project was to predict a preliminary conservation status for many Australian fungi. As a fungi educator, he is passionate about encouraging people to see fungi in a new light by demonstrating how easy they are to grow in kitchen and garden environments. He likes to inspire a sense of creativity in the cloning and propagation of mycelium, experimentation with different substrates, and how to hack together equipment. Through exploring the forests of Far South Tasmania, Caine's interest in fungi evolved from foraging to learning how to culture native species for conservation, and on to cultivating a variety of culinary and medicinal species. Then to further studies into mycorrhizal fungi, mycoremediation, and mycorestoration. When not growing fungi, Caine volunteers his time with MYCOmmunity applied mycology, and Fungimap. He is also a regular contributor, “trusted identifier” and administrator on a variety of fungi oriented website forums and facebook groups. Caine has an Instagram account "Guerrilla Mycology” where he blogs about his cultivation techniques and the ethnomycology of fungi he finds in the field. You can find Caine on instagram - https://www.instagram.com/guerrillamy... Support We're immensely grateful for your support of our botanical initiative. Entheogenesis Australis (EGA) pronominally a volunteer-run charitable, educational organisation that is in however in need of economic support. EGA is a registered charity, If your able we urge you to consider supporting our work via our web page- https://www.entheogenesis.org
  5. RonnySimulacrum

    Caine Barlow - Australian Psilocybe and their Lookalikes - Video

    Hi Mods I invite you to pin this Video to this thread, keep it around as a good reference? Good to see this SAB friend in action Thanks, everyone for your support of EGA over the years and we hope to give back the community also with gems like this video.
  6. Entheogenesis Australis presents Garden States Microdose Livestream - From Sunday 5th July 11 am- 6:30 pm 2020 We are releasing the first talk in a new series taken from our recent Garden States Microdose Livestream. Caine Barlow's talk titled 'Australian Psilocybe and their Lookalikes' received a great deal of positive feedback. If you are a lover of mushrooms and the Psilocybe genus then this talk is for you. Title - Australian Psilocybe and their Lookalikes Synopsis While the Genus Psilocybe in Australia, is represented by few formally defined species, there are comparatively many more look-alike species. Many of them are poisonous, some can cause liver or kidney damage, some deadly. Being able to identify the lookalikes as well as the desired mushroom goes a long way to increasing your own safety and being able to help friends identify theirs. Foragers should know how to identify Galerina sp., Hypholoma sp., and those from the genus Cortinarius. Talk Slide Link http://www.entheogenesis.org/wp-conte... Bio - Caine Barlow Caine Barlow is a fungi educator who has been cultivating and studying fungi for 13 years. In 2019 he completed a Master's degree where his research project was to predict a preliminary conservation status for many Australian fungi. As a fungi educator, he is passionate about encouraging people to see fungi in a new light by demonstrating how easy they are to grow in kitchen and garden environments. He likes to inspire a sense of creativity in the cloning and propagation of mycelium, experimentation with different substrates, and how to hack together equipment. Through exploring the forests of Far South Tasmania, Caine's interest in fungi evolved from foraging to learning how to culture native species for conservation, and on to cultivating a variety of culinary and medicinal species. Then to further studies into mycorrhizal fungi, mycoremediation, and mycorestoration. When not growing fungi, Caine volunteers his time with MYCOmmunity applied mycology, and Fungimap. He is also a regular contributor, “trusted identifier” and administrator on a variety of fungi oriented website forums and facebook groups. Caine has an Instagram account "Guerrilla Mycology” where he blogs about his cultivation techniques and the ethnomycology of fungi he finds in the field. You can find Caine on instagram - https://www.instagram.com/guerrillamy... Support We're immensely grateful for your support of our botanical initiative. Entheogenesis Australis (EGA) pronominally a volunteer-run charitable, educational organisation that is in however in need of economic support. EGA is a registered charity, If your able we urge you to consider supporting our work via our web page- https://www.entheogenesis.org
  7. Hey Buddy, It's important to support each other with projects like this, I hope you find someone.
  8. Hi Wile E. Peyote yes thanks for tuning in and your feedback. I agree Caine's talk was a highlight, I will try and update the edit slightly so you can see all the slides. Nick and I had to work out of seperate houses on the day due to the COVID issue, so it made it all a little harder than we hoped at the last minute. Nick and I are just getting our heads around the Livestream software, etc. I think the other questions are answered in the above post Humboldt & Cimi, basically, we're working to get most of the days content up online asap. Good news is, Nick and I are talking about doing a small Livestream once a month until our next conference. Just a small one to two hours show on a weekenight, but more on this if and when it happens.
  9. We’d like to send a massive thank you to all the contributors, our host, Nick Wallis, and everyone that tuned into EGA’s first livestream event. It was a big day and we covered a lot of ground across many important disciplines related to ethnobotanical plants, fungi, ecology and psychedelic therapy and culture. The campaign concludes tomorrow so if you can, please support EGA, pick up a perk or two, and be a part of this community project starter. We’re sending out good energy and appreciation to everyone who has supported the campaign so far. Thanks again for helping make everything possible and let’s keep sharing ethnobotanical seeds of knowledge into the future! We are trying to make sure the content can be accessed via Entheo TV. Sadly, we have a 10-second copyright issue as part of the 10 hour programming. As the Livestream went over 6 hours, we have trouble editing and removing the unforeseen problem. We might need to upload the elements separately and delete the issue to get this all publicly available. So look out for that in the coming days. Thanks again for tuning in on the day.
  10. Hi SAB folks, did anyone tune in at all? Thoughts and or have any feedback, keeping in mind it was free and vollenteer team? We had some bandwidth issues, but we should be able to work on that and some other small problem, but we should be able to work them our going forward.
  11. RonnySimulacrum

    Garden States Microdose - Free livestream with Dennis McKenna

    See you all Sunday
  12. We can take late entries till tomorrow morning I think. Not loads so far but there good ;-) See you all Sunday
  13. Hi folks EGA’s first livestream is happening this Sunday, July 5th. We'd love to include some questions from the community for the day's guests, including Dennis McKenna. Please have a look through the program at www.entheogenesis.org/livestream/ and specify the segment and speaker your question is for in a reply below and we will include a selection on the day. Many thanks
  14. RonnySimulacrum

    EGA - Support Ethnobotanical Knowledge Sharing - Donations Matched!

    Hi fellow botanical and nature-loving folks, we have good news! WE ARE NEARING OUR FUNDRAISER GOAL. There’s still time to contribute, and every donation - no matter how small or large - has an impact. Generous philanthropic supporters are matching every thousand dollars raised by the community. They’re willing to go beyond our campaign target, so with your help, we can make the most of this opportunity to support our work and Australia’s ethnobotanical and psychedelic culture. If you’re able, please donate or share this campaign. We have lots of great perks on offer, and we send a big thanks to all those who have already made generous donations. Support The Campaign Now
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