The Fungi Foundation has been around for over a decade. In this time, we have participated in events around the world to shine a spotlight on the least represented Kingdom. Below are some of our past activities.
Daniela Torres presents in the Brazilian Congress of Florianópolis the Management Plan for the Endangered Species Butyriboletus loyo.
Fungi Foundation displays, in conjunction with the National Museum of Natural History (DIBAM), the exhibition "fungi, a kingdom to discover" in different cities of Chile.
Course on the field of Polypore Mushrooms with the University of Harvard and CONICET of Argentina in Parque Katalapi, Chile.
Giuliana Furci represents Chile at the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species meeting that brought together 12 mycologists in the world to assess the risk of fungi in extinction.
Fungi Foundation imparts Workshop for Llanada Grande, Chile. Pamphlets are handed out about sustainable collection of edible wild mushrooms.
Guiliana Furci is listed in the Mycology section of Harvard University and is named Associate of Harvard University. Fungi Foundation offers a seminar at the University of Harvard.