The North American Truffler: Journal of the North American Truffling Society

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2017
Volume 35, Number 1 - Linking trees, truffles and small mammals; Truffle dog training; Book review; Fungal fruiting calendar.
Volume 35, Number 2 - Oregon Truffle Festival review; Wild boar, radioactive meat, and truffles; Developing a BLM truffling permit.

2015
Volume 33, Number 1 - Truffle plantations in Oregon; Adrian Beyerle; Oregon Truffle Festival; Joriad truffle dog competition.
Volume 33, Number 2 - Land use laws, Oregon truffle plantations producing; Online Boletus key; Truffle book review.

2013
Volume 32, Number 1 - Biogeography of Tuberaceae; Truffle cheeses reviewed; A brief history of truffling; Pavelek Scholarship application.
Volume 32, Number 2 - Oregon Truffle Festival; Truffle hunting has gone to the dogs; New permit rules; Recipes.

2012
Volume 31, Number 1 - Vintner switching to truffles; Recipes & minutes; New Truffle Cookbook; Truffle identification cheat sheet.
Volume 31, Number 2 - Truffle dog training; Candy cap chemistry; Welles Bushnell Memorial book donations; Northernmost Tuber.

2011
Volume 30, Number 1 - Tuber taxonomy; Shoo, Roo! (part 1); Recipes & minutes; Truffle heaven in Umbria; Radioactive boars
Volume 30, Number 2 - Mexican indians and truffles; Welles Bushnell; French truffle farm shooting; Recipes & minutes; Truffle hunting laws

2010
Volume 29, Number 1 - Dogs help trufflers; Truffle recipes; Life in a truffled world; Foray safety and responsibility
Volume 29, Number 2 - Truffle thieves; Dog training; Recipes & minutes; Truffles galore; Oregon's monster mushroom
Volume 29, Number 3 - Cryptococcus gattii; Recipes & minutes; China's midsummer nightmare

2009
Volume 28, Number 1 - Oregon's state mushroom; Truffle identification; Sustainable truffle harvesting; Field data cards
Volume 28, Number 2 - A forester's secrets; Truffle recipes & storage; Year in pictures; Truffle FAQ's

2008
Volume 26, Number 1 - Tennessee black perigord; Taming the truffle; What lies beneath: a new aquatic mushroom
Volume 27, Number 1 - Truffle oil in marsupial research; Fungal extracts to purify water; Morels in Istanbul
Volume 27, Number 2 - Test tube truffles; Microscopy of Tuber gibbosum; Patagonia fungus synthesizes diesel

2007
Volume 25, Number 1 - Genie Coleman; The truffle truck; Brillat Savarin; Astraeus wanted! Collections 5/2003-10/2003
Volume 25, Number 2 - Truffles down under; Green uses for mushrooms; Giant Mexican mushroom; Synthetic truffle oil
Volume 25, Number 3 - Tennessee truffles; Fossicking; Collections 10/2003-4/2006
Volume 25, Number 4 - Oregon Truffle Festival; Jack Czarnecki; Chanterelles and apples - a risky combination?

2006
Volume 24, Number 1 - Leppia- A missing link? Oregon Truffle Festival; Metolius foray; Collections 8/2002-5/2003

2005
Volume 23, Number 1 - Reading animal signs; Truffles under snow; Oregon whites Q&A; Collections 6/2001-9/2001
Volume 23, Number 2 - Bill Denison; The Hunt; Georgia Gold Mine (Pecan Truffles); Collections 9/2001-11/2001
Volume 23, Number 3 - What's bugging Zelda; Truffle glut or shortage? Collections 12/2001-8/2002

2004
Volume 22, Number 1 - Oregon truffles: Ecology, harvesting, & marketing
Volume 22, Number 2 - Truffle inoculation
Volume 22, Number 3 - Zen of Morels; Collections 6/1997-4/2000
Volume 22, Number 4 - Return of "The Truffler"; Fungi save the farm; Collections 4/2000-11/2000
Volume 22, Number 5 - Truffles galore; Collections 1/2001-6/2001

2003
Volume 21, Number 1 - Factors influencing spore germination
Volume 21, Number 3 - Truffles and oaks; Hymenogaster gardneri
Volume 21, Number 3.5 - Gardening Morels; Georgia truffles
Volume 21, Number 4 - Shrooms, guns, and hand grenades
Volume 21, Number 5 - Fungi may alter view of global warming
Volume 21, Number 6 - NATS turns 25; Heat wave affects truffle market

2002
Volume 20, Number 1 - Slime molds are people too!
Volume 20, Number 2 - Winds of change: Botanical nomenclature; Collections 3/2001-11/2001
Volume 20, Number 3 - Mycoetymology; Have you looked at lichens lately?
Volume 20, Number 4 - Mushrooms may slow global warming
Volume 20, Number 5 - Where do NATS collections go?
Volume 20, Number 6 - Ant gardens

2001
Volume 19, Number 2 - Status of truffle cultivation worldwide
Volume 19, Number 3 - Amanitas I have known; Claudius poisoned by mushrooms? Peanuts truffle series #1; Collections 3/1997-4/2000
Volume 19, Number 4 - The Levi oyster; The great Morel hunt; Peanuts truffle series #2
Volume 19, Number 5 - The Perigord Truffle: Gastronomic history; Peanuts truffle series #3; Collections 4/2000-5/2000
Volume 19, Number 6 - Reports of Tricholoma equestre/flavovirens poisonings; Peanuts truffle series #4
Volume 19, Number 7 - Who put the Fly Agaric into Christmas?

2000
Volume 18, Number 1 - Soil fungi: The world's largest living organisms?
Volume 18, Number 2 - Bioremediation: Fungus does the dirty work
Volume 18, Number 3 - Bioluminescent fungi: The living light
Volume 18, Number 4 - Bella Fungi: Truffle hunting in Italy; True vs. False truffles
Volume 18, Number 5 - Remembering Harry Thiers
Volume 18, Number 6 - Truffles from New Zealand; Collections 7/1997-11/1998

1999
Volume 17, Number 1 - Truffle dog update; Collections 1/1997-7/1997
Volume 17, Number 2 - Truffles of Timothy Lake; Geographic influences on truffle qualities
Volume 17, Number 3 - Fun with fungi; Collections 11/1998
Volume 17, Number 4 - Fungus substitute for insulin?
Volume 17, Number 5 - Fertilizing with fungi
Volume 17, Number 6 - Relevance of fungi to Christmas; Collections 5/1998-7/1999

1998
Volume 16, Number 1 - Truffle rustlers in Oregon; A truffler in Perigueux
Volume 16, Number 2 - Mushroom feast at HobNob Cafe; A helping hand to small woodland owners
Volume 16, Number 3 - Let's not trifle over truffles; Collections 10/1996-3/1998
Volume 16, Number 4 - The web below; A visit to the Italian Truffle Research Center
Volume 16, Number 5 - NATS member publishes book; Collections 3/1997-6/1998
Volume 16, Number 6 - Mycorrhizae in our eastern forests; Collections 8/1997-9/1998

1997
Volume 15, Number 1 - The importance of fungi in nature; Collections 2/1996-12/1996
Volume 15, Number 2 - Fungi included in Northwest Forest Plan; The stimulating qualities of truffles; Collections 10/1995-1/1997
Volume 15, Number 3 - Cuisine d'amour; Collections 7/1996-4/1997
Volume 15, Number 4 - Rare truffles no threat to private land owners; Collections 2/1997-7/1997
Volume 15, Number 5 - Truffle taste test
Volume 15, Number 6 - Tuber gibbosum and Tuber giganteum; Truffle hunting by machine?

1996
Volume 14, Number 1 - Fungus: Ally of desert and wetland plants; Collections 1/1995-12/1995
Volume 14, Number 2 - Coarse woody debris; Teresa talks truffles; Collections 5/1995-2/1996
Volume 14, Number 3 - Staying found in the woods; Does raking reduce mushroom yields? Collections 2/1996-4/1996
Volume 14, Number 4 - Current research on truffles
Volume 14, Number 5 - Fungi of McDonald-Dunn Research Forest; Collections 1/1996-7/1996
Volume 14, Number 6 - Record size truffle; Truffle hunting beetle; Collections 10/1995-9/1996

1995
Volume 13, Number 1 - The OSU herbarium; The fungal-medicinal frontier; Collections 1/1994-12/1994
Volume 13, Number 2 - Wes Colgan on biodiversity; White truffles found near Gisborne, NZ; Collections 1/1993-2/1995
Volume 13, Number 3 - Fungi as pesticides; False morel helps cure arthritis; Collections 10/1994-4/1995
Volume 13, Number 4 - Remembering Dick Smith; Truffle kerfuffle; Collections 4/1995-7/1995
Volume 13, Number 5 - Trouble in truffle land; Remembering Helen Smith; Verne's 9 ounce truffle; Collections 4/1995-8/1995
Volume 13, Number 6 - Pavelek Scholarship Fund; Torgney on "Bacteria in the truffle's toilet"; Collections 1/1995-11/1995

1994
Volume 12, Number 1 - Harvesting your trees but conserving your forest; Collections 6/1993-10/1993
Volume 12, Number 2 - Effects of forest fragmentation on small mammals in southwest Oregon; Collections 4/1993-2/1994
Volume 12, Number 3 - Fungus your weeds away; Training a dog to hunt for truffles; Collections 9/1993-4/1994
Volume 12, Number 4 - Musings from the Wedams; Truffle beetle; Collections 7/1993-6/1994
Volume 12, Number 5 - A new use for fungi; "Orange stuff" grows in meteorite craters
Volume 12, Number 6 - Edible mushrooms in New Zealand; Ganoderma strikes again; Collections 11/1994

1993
Volume 11, Number 1 - An untidy wonder; Diana the truffle dog; Collections 6/1992-11/1992
Volume 11, Number 2 - Researchers study mushroom-forest connection in Pacific Northwest; Collections 1/1992-1/1993
Volume 11, Number 3 - Mushroom remedy for poison ivy; Fungus as a source of taxol; Collections 2/1992-3/1993
Volume 11, Number 4 - Study finds evolutionary tie between fungi and animals; Collections 3/1993-5/1993
Volume 11, Number 5 - New Zealand truffles; Timothy Lake foray; Collections 8/1991-6/1992
Volume 11, Number 6 - Diversity of mycorrhizae in B.C. old growth; Truffle fruitings; Macowanites

1992
Volume 10, Number 1 - Retired couple gallops the globe to hunt mushrooms; Collections 9/1991-1/1992
Volume 10, Number 2 - Disappearing mushrooms: Another mass extinction? Collections 10/1991-4/1992
Volume 10, Number 3 - Effects of applied nitrogen on the mycorrhizae of western hemlock; Collections 10/1991-3/1992
Volume 10, Number 4 - Proposal for a fungal reserve; Predatory fungi; Fungi degrade plastic
Volume 10, Number 5 - 60 die from mushroom poisoning; Fungi helps cut herbicide use in Florida
Volume 10, Number 6 - Cooking and care of truffles; Fungi and pollution

1991
Volume 9, Number 1 - Tubers from China; Alba truffle festival; Electronic nose; Collections 2/1990-1/1991
Volume 9, Number 2 - Collections 10/1990-1/1991
Volume 9, Number 3 - Pines whimper when thirsty; Mycorrhizal mat communities in forest soils; Collections 11/1990-3/1991
Volume 9, Number 4 - Wang Yun reports from New Zealand; Collections 4/1991-5/1991
Volume 9, Number 5 - Court rules that eating wild mushrooms is at your own risk; Collections 4/1991-8/1991
Volume 9, Number 6 - On the trail of the great white truffle; Collections 4/1991-10/1991

1990
Volume 8, Number 1 - Mystique? What mystique? Developmental stages of a mushroomer; Collections 10/1989-11/1989
Volume 8, Number 2 - NATS position on commercial harvesting; Collections 10/1989-1/1990
Volume 8, Number 3 - Mat communities improve forest productivity; Toxic dumps; The creeping killers; Collections 2/1990-3/1990
Volume 8, Number 4 - Presidents comments: Lyme disease
Volume 8, Number 5 - Uses of truffles around the world; Desert truffles; California Tubers; Collections 12/1989-7/1990
Volume 8, Number 6 - Alpine and subalpine fungi of the Cascades; Truffling tree farmer; Collections 2/1990-10/1990

1989
Volume 7, Number 1 - Oregon species list; Collections 6/1988-12/1988
Volume 7, Number 2 - Lyme disease; Truffle travel tips; Collections 4/1988-1/1989
Volume 7, Number 3 - Are commercial rakers killing our truffles? Collections 12/1988-3/1989
Volume 7, Number 4 - Letter to Scientific American; Collections 1/1989-6/1989
Volume 7, Number 5 - Summer truffling; Collections 3/1989-8/1989
Volume 7, Number 6 - Possible tick repellent found in African tree; Mycopsychology; Collections 8/1989-10/1989

1986-1988
Coming soon...

1985
Volume 3, Number 1 - Culinary corner; Collections 10/1984-12/1984
Volume 3, Number 2 - A truffling hole-in-one; Collections 8/1984-1/1985
Volume 3, Number 3 - Truffle look-alikes
Volume 3, Number 4 - Collections 10/1984-2/1985
Volume 3, Number 5 - A tale with a sad ending; Collections 8/1984-4/1985
Volume 3, Number 6 - Collections 11/1984-5/1985; Hysterangium omelette
Volume 3, Number 7 - President's comments
Volume 3, Number 8 - Haley's comet mushroom study tour; Collections 3/1985-6/1985
Volume 3, Number 9 - Collections 8/1984-9/1985
Volume 3, Number 10 - Collections 6/1985-10/1985
Volume 3, Number 11 - Collections 8/1985-11/1985; Latest truffle name changes

1984
Volume 2, Number 1 - Collections 1/1983-12/1983
Volume 2, Number 2 - Boletus parasiticus; Collections 12/1983-1/1984
Volume 2, Number 3 - Truffle Butter; Collections 12/1983-1/1984
Volume 2, Number 4 - Collections 2/1984-3/1984
Volume 2, Number 5 - Hymenogaster parksii; Collections 3/1984-4/1984
Volume 2, Number 6 - Organizing a local NATS Chapter; Collections 4/1984-5/1984
Volume 2, Number 7 - National Geographic attends foray; NATS Library acquisitions; Collections 4/1984-5/1984
Volume 2, Number 8 - Foray of one; Protection from poison oak; Collections 5/1984-6/1984
Volume 2, Number 9 - Collections 5/1984-8/1984
Volume 2, Number 10 - Truffler's doggeral
Volume 2, Number 11 - Collections 4/1984-10/1984
Volume 2, Number 12 - Collections 9/1984-11/1984

1983
Volume 1, Number 1 - "Truffler vs. "Current News"; NATS' 100th member; Collections 6/1983-8/1983
Volume 1, Number 2 - OMS mushroom show; The NATS library; Collections 8/1983-9/1983
Volume 1, Number 3 - A warning to hopeful truffle farmers; Collections 9/1983-11/1983

After a brief hiatus in early 1983, the quarterly "Truffler" returned as the monthly "NATS Current News." The "Truffler" masthead was resurrected in Volume 22, number 4.

1982
Volume 3, Number 1 - Hysterangium separabile; Member profile: Frank Evans; Collections 5/1981-10/1981
Volume 3, Number 2 - Pigs'n'Truffles; Truncocolumella citrina; Member profile: Pat Rawlinson; Collections 11/1979-3/1982
Volume 3, Number 3 - Rhizopogon vinicolor; Member profile: Marv Daniels; Collections 4/1981-8/1982

1981
Volume 2, Number 1 - Member profile: Tony Walters; Collections 9/1980-3/1981
Volume 2, Number 2 - Member profile: Keith Sherry; Collections 4/1981-5/1981
Volume 2, Number 3 - Upcoming foray announcements

1980
Volume 1, Number 2 - President's column; Early membership list; Collections 4/1980-6/1980
Volume 1, Number 3 - Collections 7/1980-9/1980
Volume 1, Number 4 - Collections 8/1980-12/1980