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« Reply #13: March 11, 2010, 08:42:19 pm »

Thank you for all of the suggestions, keep it up please! I want a book list that will last me years.

Another recommendation -

Mycelium Running: How Mushrooms can Help Save the World - Paul Stamets

This book discusses the true power of fungi! It provides food for us and animals. Provides many different types of medicine, including some that inhibits cancer and some that inhibit HIV/AIDS.

They provide much needed nutrients for trees and plants, and some mycelium mats go on for thousands of miles, effecting all of nature.

Also certain mushrooms can absorb toxins such as mercury, lead, and radiation, restoring the environment.

And of course mushroom hunting is an awesome hobby, giving anyone an excuse to get out in to nature, and learn about cool fungi, and have some rather tasty meals as well. If any of this interests you, go check out that book!
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