One of my stinging regrets– ranking right up there with The Aborted Seaweed chapter, and my decision to play soccer instead of football in first grade — was the abandonment of the fungi chapter. Due to this stinging regret, we’ll make great efforts to provide extensive catch-up coverage of the latest news on the fungi frontier.
One of the most interesting fungi visionaries is mycologist Paul Stamets. Probably the country’s best known fungi evangelist/idealist, Stamets, owner of Fungi Perfecti, has been stumping for fungi for years. Here, gives a TED talk about six ways mushrooms could save the world.
Stay tuned to The TofTomorrow for more coverage of fungi’s surprising range of applications.