William Padilla-Brown




Founder and CEO of MycoSymbiotics, William Padilla-Brown is a Multidisciplinary Citizen Scientist practicing social science, mycology, phycology, molecular biology, and additive manufacturing. William founded MycoSymbiotics in 2015 and has since developed it into the innovative practical applied biological science business it is today. William holds permaculture design certificates acquired through Susquehanna Permaculture and NGOZI, as well as a certificate from the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences in algal culturing techniques. He has published the first English-language books on cultivating the cordyceps mushroom and regularly leads courses on their cultivation. William’s research has been sponsored by several organizations and his work has been featured in multiple publications, including Fantastic Fungi and VICE. He also founded and manages MycoFest, an annual mushroom and arts festival, now on its ninth year!

William is speaking in Pennsylvania.


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Cordyceps Militaris: From Forest to Farm

Cordyceps militaris is a medicinal mushroom that has been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine. It is known for its many health benefits, including its ability to boost the immune system, improve athletic performance, and reduce fatigue. Learn all about Cordyceps militaris in this comprehensive overview, including its history, cultivation, and potential health benefits! Find out about the specific culture and industry of Cordyceps militaris in the USA.
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Speaking At:

Pennsylvania, Saturday 2:00-3:00 p.m., Organic Gardening Stage