Oregon’s Psilocybin Future and Measure 109: Mushrooms, Mysticism, Trauma, & Healing

Public Event: Saturday, October 1st, 3-6pm in Newport, Oregon

CHECKOUT LCMS on Oregon Coast News Hotline Show on 9/21/22 talking Measure 109, Fungi and this upcoming event! –> HERE

Lincoln County Mycological Society


Mushrooms, Mysticism, Trauma & Healing:
Measure 109 and Oregon’s Psilocybin Future

Saturday, October 1st, 3-6pm



Jessie Uehling, PhD, Mycologist at Oregon State University, and the Oregon Psilocybin Services (OPS) Advisory Board;

Angela Allbee, Manager, Oregon Psilocybin Services

With the Oregon Premiere Screening of

“Psychedelia: The History & Science of Mystical Experience” –
an hour-long documentary on the history of psychedelic substances and research, from the 1940s to the present.Add blockAdd block

Free for Lincoln County Mycological Society members (may sign-up for membership at event) or $5-10 suggested donation. Current LCMS members, please use password supplied in member email to secure your ticket when checking out.

Lincoln County Mycological Society
is a 501(c)3 educational non-profit founded in 1978. We do a number of educational talks and activities every year, including in-person “fungal forays” in the central coastal areas throughout the year. Membership is open to everyone, regardless of experience identifying, finding, cooking, or eating mushrooms! $10 individual or $15 family. Email lcmycosociety@gmail.com for more information.

Jessie Uehling is a PhD Mycologist at Oregon State University whose research helped provide the framework for Oregon’s Measure 109 for the supervised adult use of psilocybin in the state. She serves on the Advisory Board of Oregon Psilocybin Services, the Oregon Health Authority’s department tasked with developed the regulatory framework for Measure 109.

Angela Allbee is the Manager of Oregon Psilocybin Services, the department of Oregon Health Authority tasked with developing the legal and regulatory framework for Measure 109, legalizing the supervised adult use of psilocybin in the state of Oregon.

Psychedelia: The History & Science of Mystical Experience

An hour-long documentary on the modern history and use of psychedelics, from the 1930s to the present day, from the original discovery of indigenous uses and the synthesis of LSD in the 50s, through the sometimes fatal CIA experiments and into the 60s and 70s counter-culture that was followed by the (almost) global ban of all psychedelic substances in the early 70s. The film ends with a section on contemporary research and trials (primarily with psilocybin) for use in the treatments of PTSD, alcoholism, depression, and end-of-life care and cancer support therapy.

Join us on October 1st in Newport!

Oregon’s Psilocybin Future and Measure 109: Mushrooms, Mysticism, Trauma, & Healing

Saturday, OCTOBER 1st, 3-6pm

Gladys Valley Marine Studies Auditorium, Hatfield Marine Science Center, Newport OR

Disclaimer: Hatfield Marine Science Center, as part of Oregon State University, hosts university-sponsored events and rents its facility to other groups. Clients, such as presenters and performers, do not necessarily represent the views or policies of the university.

4 responses to “Oregon’s Psilocybin Future and Measure 109: Mushrooms, Mysticism, Trauma, & Healing”

    • Hi Willy,

      You can join as a member at the doors for this event. We might develop a process for joining online, but our 10/1/22 event is our next in person event. If you don’t join us there you can sign up at our table at the Yachats Mushroom Festival 10/15/22 or 10/16/22. Follow us on Facebook (link at top of the site) for more info on our activities before you join!

  1. […] Check out Patty Gutzeit, current LCMS co-secretary, Dr. Regina Moore co-founder of the The Psychedelic Pharmacists Association and long time LCMS member with Brett Mulligan from Greenlight Law talking about our upcoming event “Oregon’s Psilocybin Future.” Learn more about Oregon’s Measure 109 and legal access to psilocybin and psilocybin containing fungi in Oregon. For more, please attend our event on October 1st, 2022! […]

  2. $2,500 is likely how much it’s going to cost to go to a strange place and trip around strangers. Great job, guys. Way to make it inaccessible to normal people. Now we get to have the rich actually believe – in their hearts! – that they are better than the poor.

    The authors of 109 were well aware of the 44% of Oregonians currently living in precarity, unable to afford basic necessities. They obviously care more about money than human beings.

    For-profit health care fiends are writing legislation for incompetent congresspeople. There is a long, documented history available on the subject. They collude to enrich themselves. They use insider information to buy stocks.

    It’s like being on the Titanic, but instead of an incompetant captain, we have a like 10 fops in powdered wigs casually getting into fantastically-appointed escape submarines, discussing how to make sure the industrial-scale boat hole enlargement project proceeds in a timely manner.

    The average citizen has zero influence over their own government. Everything is broken, the biosphere is collapsing, the 6th mass extinction has begun, and the one thing that can save us is stuck behind locked door by feckless gatekeepers.

    Circumvention is possible. Google “Shroomery”

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