Multi-Day Forays

Attending a multi-day foray is a fun, exciting and rewarding experience. These forays provide opportunities for amateurs to rub elbows with professionals and well known advanced amateurs, go on fungus hunting walks in areas that are unfamiliar to you, hear talks from some of the foremost mycological experts, and make new mycophile friends. Some forays that our members have attended are listed below. There are many others around the country; check "Events" on the NAMA web site if you are interested. Click here for information on PVMA scholarships to help defray the cost of attending a foray.

If you are interested in learning what it is like to attend a foray, read the articles below, written by PVMA members:


Notes from the 2018 NEMF Sam Ristich Foray

By Sue Lancelle and Jessica Benson Evans

The 2019 PVMA White Mountains Foray:

Five Days of Intensive Fun and Learning

By Claus Schlund

Attending COMA's 2019 Clark Rogerson Foray

By Jessica Benson Evans

White Mtn foray 2018 display table-scale

Sorting the fungal finds on the collection table at Dianna's PVMA White Mountain Foray.

The bolete table at the 2020 COMA Clark Rogerson Foray

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PVMA members attending the 2018 NEMF foray in Geneseo, New York

NEMF (Northeast Mycological Federation) Foray 2021

The foray will be held virtually this year. We will provide more details once they are available.


NAMA (North American Mycological Association) Foray

August 12-15, 2021, Granby, CO

Please visit the NAMA website for more information.

COMA (Connecticut-Westchester Mycological Association) Annual
Clark Rogerson Foray


With the widely available vaccine turning the tide of COVID, the long-delayed 42nd Clark Rogerson Foray is now open for registration!

Dates: Friday, September 3, to Monday, September 6th (Labor Day Weekend).

Location: Camp Hemlocks, in Hebron, CT.

Chief Mycologist: Alan Bessette.

Check the website for registration details.

PLEASE NOTE: In order to make the event as safe as possible, all attendees must be fully vaccinated at least two weeks prior to their arrival.