The blog covers issues broadly related to sustainability in Minnesota and the world both from an environmental perspective and from an interpersonal perspective. It also covers issues related to mycology (the study of fungi) with a specific emphasis on the interaction with fungal organisms and buildings.
I recently came across a very good article on slime mold. I've worked with one of the species Dictyostelium discoides. Researchers are using the organisms for several purposes including understanding decision making and using it as a way of plotting out roads in an urban area. These ancient creatures change from single cell organisms to multicellular creatures capable of producing spores or moving like a slug. This is a link to the slime mold article.