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Students in large urban schools often suffer from nature deficits. This project connects them with the process of growing their own food and the importance of fungi and the soil. Students are familiar with plants and animals but often have no experience with fungi or bacteria. The importance of fungi to the ecosystem and the process of decomposition is a critical component of understanding ecology. in the woods, below the surface is a network of microscopic fungal threads, known as mycelium, which are vital to ecosystems around the world. Through mycelium, mushrooms help other plants share nutrients and communicate through chemical signals. Students will be able to see the budding part of the mushroom and the mycelium with their own eyes.

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Students in large urban schools often suffer from nature deficits. This project connects them with the process of growing their own food and the importance of fungi and the soil. Students are familiar with plants and animals but often have no experience with fungi or bacteria. The importance of fungi to the ecosystem and the process of decomposition is a critical component of understanding ecology. in the woods, below the surface is a network of microscopic fungal threads, known as mycelium, which are vital to ecosystems around the world. Through mycelium, mushrooms help other plants share nutrients and communicate through chemical signals. Students will be able to see the budding part of the mushroom and the mycelium with their own eyes.

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