From the forests of northern Wisconsin, Cherry Tree House mushrooms grows organic shiitake and other specialty mushrooms. CTHM mushrooms are log-grown, meaning that we inoculate freshly cut logs with mushroom mycelium, and then incubate them for several months. After that, we harvest, pack, and deliver the mushrooms to folks in the upper midwest who like tasty and healthy mushrooms that they can feel good about. After all, our mushrooms are certified organic, and grown the old fashioned way – on logs!
Why do we use logs? There are many ways that mushrooms grow, from button (agaricus) mushrooms on compost to shiitake on logs to morels, which grow on woody soil. I use logs to grow mushrooms since we have fairly abundant sources of trees in the upper Midwest, logs produce high quality mushrooms, and because they don’t require the high input of energy required in many mushroom operations to sterilize compost, straw, or the other products used to cultivate mushrooms. With fuel resources becoming more and more scarce, I believe mushroom cultivation like this or foraging are the most sustainable. See more about my mission to do no harm.
CTHM sells its high quality shiitake and other culinary and medicinal mushrooms through Twin Cities groceries, restaurants, farmers markets, and through several CSAs. Usually in the spring Jeremy gives mushroom cultivation workshops, whose dates are published on the calendar. You can also take a look at the mushroom cultivation page, which gives some pointers on cultivation for the beginner.
Thanks for your interest in high quality organic mushrooms!
Cherry Tree House Mushrooms, LLC
Contact Farmer Jeremy McAdams at 612-205-8599 or fill out the form below:
Cherry Tree House Mushrooms LLC, 827 15th Street, Clayton, WI 54004