We've poured over your comments, we've answered some tricky questions, we've collected the most stunning fungi photography from our community that took our breath away (and we're not so easily impressed around here), we've co-created mushroom sing-alongs and we've discovered that there are only 4 types of people in the world:
We've genuinely enjoyed every minute. So, we want to THANK YOU for being such an important part of this journey.
We want to expose the truth about the role fungi can - and WILL with your help - play in solving our planet's gravest problems.
We want to roll up our sleeves and get our hands dirty, sharing scientific discoveries and real-life experiences that reveal how fungi help,
And we're going to reveal this evidence through the lens of a master, using mind-bending time-lapse cinematography from the Godfather himself, Louie Schwartzberg.
This is not a job for,
This is a job for the people, and we are
so grateful we live the era of
Kickstarter - the most awesome way we
could ever imagine to galvanize activists at a grassroots level to
create meaningful change.
That's right. The world-wide-web
(www) mimics the very first organism on earth - fungi.
Its network is like a superhighway of vital information between the natural world, transferring the right nutrients to the right plants to ensure optimal vitality and nutrient density.
It also helps detoxify, purify and
recycle soil to ensure plants can grow in the most nutrient-rich
conditions. It links the natural world as the internet links
humanity at a speed and accuracy that defies man.
The internet as a symbolic expression of
the mycelium network is just one example. Many things in nature are
reflected in man-made creations, sometimes unconsciously.