Toadstools, puffballs, chicken of the woods, witches’ butter, stinkhorns, turkey-tail, earthstar, shaggy manes…fungi have such fabulous common names!
Join us for a wild mushroom identification walk and see what’s growing in IslandWood’s forest on Bainbridge Island. You’ll learn where to look for different species and gain identification tricks of the trade from seasoned foragers.
Mushrooming is a fun and addictive hobby! Your guides will share information on how you can get involved and stay connected to other enthusiasts and the best resources and tools to learn more.
- $12 per attendee.
- This program is designed for adults and youth ages 8 and up.
- Enjoy cookies and hot cider at the welcome center after the hike.
- This expedition is great for families to learn how to safely discover and identify mushrooms.
We work to ensure that all reasonable accommodations are in place so that everyone can fully participate and learn during their time on our campus. All indoor spaces and many of our outdoor spaces and field structures were built and are continually maintained to meet ADA code, adhering to WAC 51-50. Learn more about the physical accessibility of our campus here.
Service animals only, please.
In proud partnership with our friends at the Kitsap Peninsula Mycological Society and with the generous support of the Fletcher Bay Foundation.