It’s time to get into the nitty gritty of what makes mycelium so special––and specifically how it can help remediate the effects of climate change. Did you know that Mycelial networks can break down dead plant or animal matter and they can connect with the roots of living plants to share nutrients between them? Whether that was news or not, mycelial networks are much more complicated than you might imagine.
To get down in the dirt with them, we spoke with Maya Elson. Maya works with CoRenewal, a nonprofit dedicated to providing education and research in ecosystem restoration, where she leads projects around post-fire bioremediation and ecological generation. She also runs her own organization: Mycopsychology. She calls herself a ‘mycelial networker.’
To hear all about the important work of mycelial networks from a mycelial networker, make sure to listen to this episode.
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