Wireless Mesh Networking (WMN) is an emerging technology that enables multihop wireless connectivity to areas where wiring or installing cables is difficult or expensive. Multicast is a form of communication that delivers information from a source to a group of destinations. In a single-channel WMN, all nodes share and communicate with each other via the same channel. In such a network, the throughput capacity of multicast degrades significantly as the network size increases. A critical factor that contributes to this rapid degradation is the co-channel interference in single-channel WMNs.