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Danish Mycological Society

The Society for Fungal Knowledge Promotion was founded October 1, 1905 by a group of fungi enthusiasts who wanted to spread awareness to pick wild mushrooms in the wild. Until World War II association had most years between 300 and 400 members, but then began the figure to rise later to over 2000 members for the 100th anniversary in 2005. The majority of its about 10,000 members over the years have joined themselves to learn the most important food and poison mushrooms to know, and not least learn how to pick mushrooms without risk in the Danish countryside. Today, society's activities have become so popular that more than half of the members have been involved in more than 9 years, and many have become so experienced pure that they regularly participates as tour guides and instructors for the association's new members.

For many years, the association's activities especially linked to the Copenhagen area, but today they are over 100 annual field trips throughout the country. The two main centres is still Copenhagen and Aarhus. The association organizes every year many fungi tours in cooperation with nature guides, nature conservation association or similar interest groups.

The association released the 1912-1930 defense "Communications of the Association for Mushrooms Knowledge Promotion" but it quickly became clear that there was a need for a more regular member magazi The association released the 1912-1930 defense "Communications of the Association for Mushrooms Knowledge Promotion" but it quickly became clear that there was a need for a more regular member magazine, and in 1932 began therefore to publish the journal "Friesia" as a joint magazine for Nordic mykologerne, and in 1932 began therefore to publish the journal "Friesia" as a joint magazine for Nordic mykologer

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