Telluride Mushroom Festival (aka Shroomfest) explores all aspects of the fungal world, from gourmet wild edibles to medicinal 'shrooms, from toxins to entheogens! The four-day event consists of slide presentations, lectures, forays, performances (dance, poetry, music), discussion groups, panels, a hands-on growing workshop, parade, movies, free identification fair, cook&taste, and numerous local restaurants offering gourmet wild mushroom specials! Join us for the 2013 Festival and check out our website at www.shroomfest.com
Features videos from the past several years of our Watershed Education Program! The Watershed Education Program (WEP) provides hands-on education for K-12 grade in the San Miguel watershed school districts. We are beginning to extend our programing to include special lecture and film series for adults. Come explore our variety of programs featured in this handful of short films!
The aim of the Compassion Festival in Telluride, CO is to investigate the science, the cultural practices, and the educational potential of compassion. It began as a part of the "Ideas Festival" series but has developed into a festival/conference of its own! We have most recently teamed up with Stanford University's CCARE to bring a full 5 days of conversation on the topic of compassion.