Events Schedule

Below are the events that Michael currently has scheduled. Most are open to the public while a few are not. If you would like to have Michael speak to your organization, you may contact him a

August 11-14, 2022

Reunion with Evergreen State College Mycology Students Trout Lake, Washington.

September 8, 2022

Mushrooms of Cascadia talk, Kitsap Peninsula Mycological Society.

This presentation will showcase some of the mushroom species in Michael’s book “Mushrooms of Cascadia: An Illustrated Key”. Dr. Beug will highlight Cortinarius, Boletes, Amanita, Morchella, Cantharellus, Lactarius, Hericium, polypore mushrooms and several recently discovered/unnamed species.

More info at KPMS Events page

September 16, 2022

Psilocybin, An Important Medicinal Drug

White Salmon Grange (White Salmon Public Library) - 6:30pm

More info at White Salmon Community Library Facebook page

Sept 23-24, 2022

Gorge Fungi Foray, Hood River, Oregon

Michael will give two presentations at this fun fungal event that includes presentations, workshops, forays, and food! His Friday talk will be an introduction to his book and his Saturday talk will be about identifying the unusual mushrooms of Cascadia.

More info at the Grow Organics Website

October 6-10, 2022 (no longer attending)

Radical Mycology Convergence, Mulino, Oregon

Unfortunately, I will no longer be attending this event. But, it will still be fabulous and I encourage you to attend if you are able.

Founded in 2011 by Peter McCoy, the RMC is a blending of cultural, political, and philosophical topics with mycology. Over the five days of the RMC, fungi-lovers, artists, activists, and permaculturalists of all stripes come together to take part in mushroom hunts, art shows, outdoor fungal installations, and workshops on topics ranging from fungal ecology and mushroom cultivation, to medicine making and mitigating pollution via mycoremediation – all while meeting hundreds of like-minded people from around around the world!

Michael will give 2 presentations at this event. One will be an updated version of Michael's "Should I Have Eaten That" presentation. The second is an interactive workshop on how to efficiently identify fungal finds using the keys in Mushrooms of Cascadia: An Illustrated Key.

More info at the Radical Mycology Website