Mushroom Cultivation Class presented by Decriminalize California
Louden Nelson Community Center
301 Center St. Santa Cruz, CA
January 18th, 2019 Saturday 3:00pm to 6:00pm
“Monotub tek” is a method commonly used for cultivation of Psilocybe cubensis (Most Common Magic Mushrooms). We will be discussing this method in it’s entirety, supplying you with the LEGAL resources to grow at home, and demonstrating construction of a still-air box (for sterile laboratory practices) and a mono-tub growing vessel (as pictured) to help you grow medicinal (or even gourmet) mushrooms easily and in bulk at home.
Proceeds go directly to support the California Decriminalize Psilocybin Initiative 2020 Campaign
-$90 to $120 sliding scale
-$120 Last Day Before Event via Eventbrite
-$135 Cash at Door/Day of Event
-10% off for Students, Seniors, & Veterans
The class will be taught by William Goss at the Louden Nelson
There will be NO psychedelic mushrooms, mycelium, spores, or spore prints on site.
We will have other edible and medicinal species of mushrooms available for purchase.
This is strictly a class on how to grow your own when it is decriminalized.
Everyone will leave with:
-1 clean Still-Air box
-1 Jar of sterilized growing medium.
-assorted growing supplies
-Link to the Community Cultivation Google Drive Document on How To Grow Magic Mushrooms
Recommended Reading: The Psilocybin Mushroom Bible: The Definitive Guide to Growing and Using Magic Mushrooms by Mandrake PhD, Dr. K(Author), Virginia Haze(Photographer)
Doors Open at 3:00 PM
Class Starts at 3:20 PM
-Build a Still-Air Box
-Build a Mono Tub
-Selecting & Sterilizing Growth Medium
-Inoculating Medium with a Spore Syringe
-Inoculating Medium with a Liquid Culture Syringe
-Inoculating Medium with Grain to Grain Transfer
-Incubation & Fruiting Phases
-Processing & Storage of Mushrooms
-Recommendations on Responsible Use & Integration
DecrimCA Volunteer Orientation: 5:30 PM
-Sign Up as a Volunteer for the Campaign
-Basic Systems Orientation for Google and Slack
There are several spots around Louden Nelson, and street parking nearby