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Tomas Garret: Mycozine

Season 3

Tomas Garret is the founder of Mycozine, a physical zine that maps out the mushroom entrepreneurs, activists, and current events in the United States myco community. He joins us today to talk about his path to building the Mycozine, why it might make sense for people to take a full time job and stack u while they're building their mycopreneurial venture, and how his experience helping to coordinate the influential Oakland Psychedelic and California Psychedelic Conferences have helped guide him towards the current path he's on with Mycozine.


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