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Who We Are

The North American Mycoflora Project is a collaboration between citizen scientists and professional mycologists to document the biodiversity and distribution of North American macrofungi (visible to the naked eye). The project helps amateurs, working with professionals, to collect, document, preserve dried specimens, and sequence DNA of macrofungi throughout the continent.  The project is overseen by the North American Mycoflora Project, Inc., a charitable 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
NAMP, Inc. Board of Directors


Bill Sheehan, President

Northeast Georgia Funga
Joanne Schwartz, Vice President
Macrofungi of the Channel Islands (CA)
Bitty Roy, Treasurer
Macrofungi of Lane County (OR)
Joan Kutcher, Secretary
Mycoflora of the Hudson Valley (NY)
Jean Lodge
University of Georgia (adjunct)
Rob Stevenson
University of Massachusetts-Boston
Barbara Thiers
New York Botanical Garden

Emeritus Board Members

Alija Mujic (2018-2019)

California State University-Fresno
Stephen Russell (2018-2019)
Mycoflora of Indiana
Christian Schwarz (2018-2019)
Mushrooms of the Sky Islands (Southwest US)

Committee Chairs

Communications – Joanne Schwartz

Macrofungi of the Channel Islands (CA)
Education | Cit Sci – Emily Cantonwine
Mycoflora@Valdosta State University (GA)

Key Volunteers

Newsletter Editor - Alan Franck

Macrofungi of Miami-Dade County (FL)
Social Media – Team Bethany Teigen
Philadelphia Mycology Club
Project Tracking – Jeff Stallman
Mycoflora of Hawaii
Website - Trey Richards
Due North Funga (MN)
DNA Sequencing - Jean Lodge
Expert Collaboration - Jean Lodge & Rosanne Healy
IT Development -
Alan Rockefeller, Trey Richards, La Monte Yarroll

Liaisons

Mycological Society of America
– Jean Lodge
North American Mycological Association – open
Fungaria – Roo Vandergrift & Alija Mujic
Genetic Sequencing

Univ. of Guelph - BOLD: Barcode of Life Data Systems
Molecular Solutions LLC - Matt Gordon, Portland OR
Purdue University - Cathie Aime Lab
U. Wisconsin La Crosse - Todd Osmundson Lab
Duke University - Rytas Vilgalys Lab

About North American Mycoflora Project

NAMP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization expanding the continent-wide community of volunteer citizen scientists and professional mycologists who are documenting the distribution and biodiversity of North American mushrooms and fungi.

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