• Colorful fall mushrooms Mt Baker. Photo: Erin Moore
  • Boletus fibrillosus in Washington, chocolate king. Photo: Richard Morrison
  • Wild Mushroom Show, 2015. Photo: Erin Moore
  • Lactarius peckii. Photo: Walt Sturgeon
  • Mount Baker old growth: mushroom heaven. Photo: Erin Moore
  • Gypsy mushrooms. Photo: Erin Moore
  • Yellow chanterelle Mt-Baker Snoqualmie National Forest. Photo: Erin Moore
    Yellow chanterelle Mt-Baker Snoqualmie National Forest. Photo: Erin Moore
  • Shaggy manes. Photo: Alan Matsumoto
  • Amanita muscaria near Mt Baker
    Fly agaric, Amanita muscaria. Photo: Erin Moore
  • Cyathus striatus. Photo: Richard Morrison
  • Chanterelles, Mt. Baker foothills. Photo: Erin Moore
  • Early morel - Verpa bohemica. Photo: Richard Morrison
  • Spring bolete. Photo: RIchard Morrison
    Spring bolete. Photo: RIchard Morrison
  • Xeromphalina campanella. Photo by Richard Morrison
  • Lepista nuda - the blewit. Photo: Richard Morrison
  • The inspiration of mushrooms, 2017. Photo: Zachary Brown
  • Hygrocybe coccineocrenata. Photo: Richard Morrison
    Hygrocybe coccineocrenata. Photo: Richard Morrison
  • Tremella mesenterica. Photo: Richard Morrison
  • Slime mold. Photo: Eric Worden
  • A cort, a cort - my kingdom for a cort. Photo: Erin Moore
  • Calbovista subsculpta. Photo: Erin Moore
  • Mycena haematopus. Photo: Richard Morrison
  • Chicken of the Woods. Photo: Erin Moore
  • The Shrimp Russula, Russula xerampelina. Photo: Erin Moore
  • Gomphidius subroseus. Photo: Richard Morrison
    Gomphidius subroseus. Photo: Richard Morrison
  • Coral mushroom. Photo: Brett Cole Photography
  • Mixed forest, Washington State. Photo: Erin Moore
  • Fometopsis pinicola. Photo: Erin Moore
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What’s new. Mark your calendars! Our 2022 events calendar is now on this website. Click on the “Events/Recordings” link to see the dates. Catch up on a recording of Britt Bunyard’s October 2021 presentation on “Amanitas of North America” on NMA’s Vimeo channel. Read the MushRumors newsletter.

Who we are. Northwest Mushroomers Association (NMA) encourages and develops the understanding of mycology, providing for the collection of data and the dissemination of information to the scientific community and the general public. NMA also promotes an educated approach towards the collection and consumption of edible mushrooms. We serve mushroom enthusiasts in northwest Washington State: Whatcom, Skagit, and parts of Island Counties.

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Identify and document your mushroom finds. NMA encourages you to use iNaturalist. Visit a step-by-step guide to get started. The app allows you to identify many mushrooms as well as log your photos and field observations as part of citizen science. MycoMatch is an excellent up-to-date online ID program for your phone or other devices. It is focused on Pacific Northwest mushroom species.