Forest Harvest Log Grown Mushrooms
& Wild Edibles
 
   
  News, customers, markets, & organic suppliers  
 

In The News:

Harvesting a Forest Farm
     Spring 2013 cover page article, edibleBOSTON®, one of Edible Communities Publications which won the 2011 James Beard Foundation Publication of the Year Award.
     Link at end of article to Leo's wild mushroom soup recipe

Mycophilia Takes Root in Northeast
      SEEDSTOCK article, December 14, 2012

Food of the woods, Mushroom venture flourishes
      WORCESTERLiving article, August 26, 2011

Customers:
Christian Pulgisi (RelŠ chef and Noma alum), Leo, and Dan Dan Barber, Executive Chef & Co-owner
Blue Hill at Stone Barns
630 Bedford Road
Pocantico Hills,
New York 10591
Also, Blue Hill New York

Leo's continuous collaboration with Dan has spanned over 15 years. Consultations include wild foods processing and preparation as well as preservation methods. The restaurant and independently - Dan, continue to receive numerous awards. These include categories from the James Beard Foundation and The World's 50 Best Restaurants.
Leo with Christian Pulgisi (RelŠ chef and Noma alum) and Dan 
See video of Leo and his farming methods on Blue Hill’s "know thy farmer™" page


Stillman’s Farm
Glenn Stillman - farmer, entomologist, botanist, biologist

Stillman’s Farm
1205 Barre Rd
New Braintree, MA 01531
Stillman’s Farm occasionally sells Forest Harvest log-grown shiitake at the Boston Public Market. Check their calendar for the times and locations of the many farmer’s markets they supply.

Supplies:
Field & Forest Products
Mycelium – certified organic mushroom spawns and other supplies for "natural" log cultivation