Ecovative Spearheads Mushroom Innovations at NAMC's Inaugural MYCO Day January!

Feb 27, 2024

We are thrilled to announce that Gavin McIntyre, the Chief Commercial Officer and Cofounder of Ecovative, will be delivering the keynote address titled "Mushroom Futures: The New 21st Century Crop" at the National Agricultural Mushroom Conference (NAMC) on February 28th.

This keynote marks the commencement of the first-ever MYCO day at NAMC, dedicated to showcasing the cutting-edge advancements in mushroom cultivation and scientific research.

With a vision towards revolutionizing agricultural practices, Ecovative stands at the forefront of sustainable solutions, harnessing the power of mycelium. Gavin McIntyre's keynote promises insights into the transformative potential of mushrooms in shaping the future of agriculture, highlighting their role as a versatile and eco-friendly crop for the 21st century.

In addition to the keynote, Ecovative will be actively participating in the event with a booth, where attendees can engage with Ecovative Spawn and Substrate General Manager, Ies Hooglugt. Through this platform, Ecovative will be unveiling its latest innovations and product offerings in specialty products related to spawn and substrate. This presents a unique opportunity for attendees to explore firsthand the groundbreaking technologies and sustainable solutions that Ecovative is pioneering in the field of mushroom cultivation.

As advocates for sustainable agriculture and environmental stewardship, Ecovative's presence at NAMC's MYCO day underscores their commitment to driving innovation and fostering collaboration within the mushroom industry. Be sure to visit the Ecovative booth to discover the future of mushroom cultivation and explore the possibilities of sustainable agriculture.

Stay tuned for updates and insights from NAMC's MYCO day as we delve into the exciting world of mushroom science and cultivation.

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