Connections

Where would we be without our Wood Wide Web? Here are the mycelial connections we have formed and recommend to you, from people we have worked alongside, to businesses we purchase from. Let the fungi love grow!

Mycology Suppliers

Our fave fungi people to buy supplies from

KingdomLCs

"... A wide selection of high quality gourmet and medicinal mushroom cultures to home and professional growers in the UK and Europe."

KingdomLCs

Myco Revolution

"...A small mycology project based in Scotland focusing on top quality products for UK mushroom growers... Our aim is to make mycology accessible to all and allow you to be fully self-sufficient in making your own mushroom medicines at home with ease."

Myco Revolution

MycoPunks

"A huge range of mycology and mushroom cultivation supplies shipped stupidly fast."

MycoPunks

Partnerships

Community groups and organisations we are proud to work with

Firs Estate Allotments

"We are a 6.5 acre site of 52 allotments dating back to the late 19th century - the oldest in Derby!"

- We run workshops and free nature sessions on their awesome community plots.

Firs Estate Allotments

Hannah Fields

"A garden for growth, connection & community... Hannah’s is a project that focuses upon the basic but important things that are diminishing in our current society... the value of real human connection, whether this be during our planned groups or the promise of a friendly face for anyone that pops on."

- We hold workshops and foraging walks in this beautiful community garden.

Hannah Fields

Native Nomads

"We make Bentwood Yurts in Derbyshire, UK. All of our structures are made from locally sourced Ash and are specifically produced for the UK climate... We have structures for all occasions!"

- Native Nomads kindly provides us with their leftover sawdust to use for our mushroom growing projects.

Native Nomads

Museum of Making

"Celebrating the area’s rich history of innovation, the Museum of Making in the Derwent Valley Mills UNESCO World Heritage Site is a contemporary space telling Derby’s 300-year history of making to inspire new creativity."

- The Museum of Making purchases our fresh mushrooms to make into delicious dishes for you to eat in their Riverside Café.

Museum of Making