Author-mycologist Lawrence Millman has written 16 books, including such titles as Fascinating Fungi of New England, Last Places, A Kayak Full of Ghosts, Lost in the Arctic, Giant Polypores & Stoned Reindeer, and — most recently — At the End of the World. He has done fungal inventories in places as diverse as Iceland, Honduras, Nunavik, Bermuda, Belize, Western Samoa, and Nantucket island. In 2006, he found a polypore (Echinodontium ballouii) previously thought to be extinct. He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.
Lawrence Millman has given presentations about his travels in the Arctic at the Explorers Club, the University of Alaska, Alaska Pacific University, Cornell, Harvard, the Center for Northern Studies, on BBC and CBC Radio, on the Discovery Channel and National Public Radio, on Icelandic Radio, at Boston University, the New Brunswick Museum, the Appalachian Mountain Club, and over 100 other venues. He has lectured on cruise ships in the Canadian Arctic, Svalbard, Greenland, and Siberia.
Sunday, March 18, 2018 Winter Foray 9:45 am.
Location and Directions are available to signed-in MST members on the foray locations map.
The Foray/walk will be led by Lawrence Millman with an emphasis on discovering cold weather specimens and identifying available polypores. This will be an outdoors event, in potentially changeable weather conditions so please dress accordingly.
Monday March 19, 2018 Presentation at TBG 7:30pm.
Presentation: Cold Adaptations of Fungi. Specimens gathered from Sunday's Foray will also be displayed and available for discussion.