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Southern Fork: Episode 56: Tradd Cotter, Mushroom Mountain (Easley, SC)


Make way for Foraged Wild Mushrooms – Free Times

Mushroom business built from ground up

“Mushroom expert Tradd Cotter transformed his hobby into a business where he grows mushrooms for sale and researches fungi for their potential uses in medical applications, pollution cleanup and more.” ~ GREENVILLE NEWS

Wild Mushrooms – What to Eat and What to Avoid – MNN – by Tom Oder

A Re-Cap: Telluride’s 32nd Mushroom Festival a.k.a. SHROOMFEST – Female and Fungi, A radical exploration between the cross-sections

Mushrooms, Mycorhizzae, and Soil Restoration – Another reason to put the 2014 Conference on your calendar now – by Mark Schonbeck

How I came to witness the amazing pink mushroom – by GREEN, preparing for the post-apocalypse

Telluride Mushroom Festival 2013 Breaks New Ground

Tradd Cotter returns to Mushfest, Telluride – Article and Podcast by Susan Viebrock

Telluride Mushroom Festival – Mushrooms as Medicine

Telluride Mushroom Festival Releases a Myco-Medicinal Beer

Backyard Adventures in Mycelium – Tradd Cotter for CFSA

Tio in the Road – Visiting Mushroom Mountain – Clint Viebrock for Telluride inside and Out

Mushroom Festival Mushroom Beer – Telluride Daily Planet

Telluride Mushroom Festival Cook Off – Telluride Inside and Out

Fantastic Fungi – By Katie Klingsporn, Telluride, CO

A different kind of Startup Madness

Startup Madness

Mushrooms For Everyone – by: DanielleMoore

How to Grow King Stropharia Mushrooms pt. II: Checking for Mycelium –

How to innoculate your compost with blewit mushrooms –

Clemson Student Entrepreneur of the year 2011 

Tradd Cotter wins prestigious Clemson University Student Entrepreneur of the Year award

Tradd Cotter, a Junior in Microbiology, Receives Prestigious EPA “GRO Fellowship”

Anderson Independent Mail January 2011, Liberty couple work to teach others about the benefits of mushrooms

Edible Upcountry, Winter 2010 – Into the Woods: A Forager’s Feast

TAKOMA HORTICULTURAL CLUB NEWS – November, 2010 Edition – Hungry Fungus Will Eat Your Old Jeans

Low Country Life, Oct 2, 2009 – The Mushroom Guru

The Post & Courier (Faith and Values), Dec 7, 2008 – Trading Eggs for Mushrooms 

The Easley Progress – The Pickens Sentinel, Oct 1, 2008 – Mushroom Mania – Liberty Man says they can kill PCBs 

Abbey Industry Mushrooms – The Post and Courier