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About David & Jeanne

About David

David Campbell has been collecting, studying,
eating, teaching and writing about wild mushrooms for a full 50 years. An expert mycophagist (one who safely eats a wide variety of wild mushrooms) and experienced outdoor group leader, he served more than a decade on council for theMycological Society of San Francisco (MSSF), including two terms as president. He is also past president of the Mycological Society of Marin County.  With a primary focus on edible and poisonous mushrooms, David has led innumerable fungal forays and provided educational presentations for many CA mushroom clubs, including MSSF and the Sonoma Mycological Association (SOMA), and for the annual Napa Truffle Festival in Napa, California. 

He remains active with the San Francisco Poison Control Center for mushroom poisoning incident response in the greater Bay Area.

David currently conducts mushroom forays and events locally, teaching basic mycology and organizing wild mushroom seminars and adventures around California and beyond.  His international tour company, MycoVentures, expands his horizons ever further with gourmet mushroom, truffle, and wine tours to Northern Italy and Croatia.


About Jeanne

Jeanne Cronis Campbell — known as Jeanne Porcini in the mushroom world — has been joining David in the woods off and on for well over 30 years while concurrently raising their children and working in Family Law, focused on collaboration and mediation.  In addition to her professional life, she studies eastern philosophy and modern dance.


About Yoda

Our faithful companion in the woods, but she won’t tell us where the mushrooms are.  Like so many mushroom hunters, she is reluctant to share her spots.