The Fungal Diversity Survey coins the nickname "FunDiS," and for good reason. The group uplifts the uniqueness of the fungi kingdom, while also finding fun ways to engage citizen scientists in efforts to protect fungal ecosystems. Readers who are interested in getting involved should begin by browsing the Our Programs page, located under the Get Started tab. Here, visitors can learn about different levels of involvement before moving on to the Join a Project page to dive into the work. For a full list of all projects and locations, check out Project List (found under Sequence, FunDiS Projects, Project List). Other site highlights include the iNaturalist Database (under Observe) and Conservation Program (under Protect). Regardless of fungal expertise or scientific interests, the Resources section (and especially the Blog) likely has something of interest. After all, the fungal community interacts with many other disciplines, as exemplified by a November 2020 blog post, "Creating art from nature." The Fungal Diversity Survey is powered by its Board of Directors, volunteers, working group members, and liaisons, with support from other mycology organizations and partners.