October 23 @ 1:45 pm - 2:45 pm
This Wisconsin Science Festival event is free and open to the public.
Fungi in Wisconsin go well beyond button mushrooms and meaty portobellos. They are important to our state in numerous ways that range from posing serious threats to crops and ecosystems to being essential for numerous organisms and industries like brewing. Wisconsin Public Radio’s Larry Meiller and a panel of experts explore the roles that fungi play in supporting and threatening important Wisconsin habitats and industries.
– Amanda Gevens, Plant Pathology
– Chris Hittinger, Genetics
– Leslie Holland, Plant Pathology
– Michelle Jusino, U.S. Forest Service
– Dan Lindner, U.S. Forest Service