This Mycology Research Non-Profit is a new mushroom concept for West Texas & Southern New Mexico.
Our mission is to "Empower lives by exploring the applied relationships and evolution of all mushrooms; in order to help others discover alternative choices or solutions for home, health & industry".
You could think of us as a mushroom institution that is trying to organize in research. With the purpose to stimulate interest in the scientific study of Fungi or Mycology; we advocate for all mushrooms through education and club meetings.
Membership is open to everyone and anyone who is curious about mushrooms, plus, your donations help fund our mission. Please, join & support us through this process; as this would be a huge opportunity to expand the few mushroom lovers of the World.
To people who donate to our cause, Mushroom Molly created a forum of like minded individuals. Always with the purpose to stimulate interest in mycology and facilitate cooperative research with other mycophiles,
Members get an alternative choice for: Studying Fungi; Exchanging Information; Identifying Species; Mycology Support; Discounts on Workshops and Events; and the Ability to Participate in member only forays, outings, gatherings and conferences.
Whether you homeschool, or are a professional educator; Mushroom Molly helps facilitate an alternative curriculum system of education that seeks to develop natural interests and activities rather than the use of formal teaching methods.
Relating to Texas House Bill 1802, Study on the use of alternative therapies for treating post-traumatic stress disorder; Mushroom Molly, in accordance with the Texas Department of State Health Services, aims to help Veterans get access to alternative treatments in order to address certain mental health and other medical conditions.
This is club members favorite day. Members meet and greet in person or online to discuss projects, tips, questions, comments, concerns and/or ideas promoting mycology research. Pictures, cooking, arts and crafts are common.
As mycelium consumes filth and waste, we too decided that getting rid of trash is our thing.
We show pride in our community by picking up tires & bulk items that litter our streets. The mushroom universe is always watching and it rewards us in many ways for doing this.
As citizen scientists, we photograph, identify and catalog mushroom species wherever we find them with the use of a social network app for sharing biodiversity information to help people learn about and identify nature.
Fungi, mycelium, hyphae or just spores in the growing phase provide a remedy for restoring, reversing or stopping environmental damage. By creating certain digestive enzymes, mushrooms make the bad; good. They address the environmental pollutants and then they redress, repurpose those nutrients in soils.
This natural, efficient way to recycle soils of pathogens, contaminants and pollutants to produce a water retaining, healthy, alive, restored ecosystems is one way we are bringing awareness to the world. With gunny or burlap sacks filled with straw and oyster mushroom spawn we help industries with water run-off problems or soil remediation needs.
We Love Mushrooms and we are discovering that people of all ages and backgrounds do too. Thus, we want to show the world the power of these fungal ecological relationships. This project hopes to help others discover ; though hands on learning and activities rather than the use of formal teaching methods. More than just growing mushrooms for food and medicine, our mission is to introduce the scientific literature to the masses. Our goal is to share the benefits, uses and nutrients of a variety of mushroom species as a way of personal empowerment for home, health and family.
In June 2021, A Texas House Bill 1802 relating to a study evaluating the use of alternative therapies for treating certain mental health and other medical conditions was enacted. The study evaluates the therapeutic efficacy of alternative therapies, including psilocybin, in the treatment of mental health and other medical conditions, including: depression; anxiety; PTSD; bipolar disorder; chronic pain; and migraines. Mushroom Molly is reaching out to those conducting this study described to connect Veterans who are interested in this new alternative therapy. Along with adding those interested to our live database, we hope to fund Veterans who get chosen with expenses paid to participate in this study.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and fund our mission to help others with the power of mushrooms. Thank You!
((At the moment funds received will be used to sponsor a veteran seeking alternative therapies in the State of Texas)).