Should Pipeline Landowners Become "Oyster" Farmers?
Published in July, 2019
The evidence is clear.
As CAEPLA has been saying for years, fungi feed on oil.
And some mushroom producing fungi are especially effective, even able to make contaminated soil healthier than it was before it was polluted by hydrocarbons.
Should oyster mushrooms be planted along pipelines both to protect the environment and provide directly affected farmers the added bonus of a new cash crop?
Check out this excerpt from Discovery Magazine's
How Mushrooms Can Save the World