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A tribute: 2016 Morel Mushroom Season

I am sad to say that the Rogue Valley’s 2016 morel mushroom season is wrapping up. I do believe that areas above 5000 ft in elevation may continue to see blooms if the wet weather continues. 44 more words

Mary Jane Feetham

Foraging for Morels

I specifically remember the first time I had a morel mushroom. I was attending art school at Herron School of Art in Indianapolis way back in the late 90s. 956 more words

Food/Recipes

Morel Mushrooms

I was working in the garden the other day and was startled by what looked like a cluster of some strange type of alien creatures. I didn’t dare touch them for fear they would bite my hand off, or some equally insane incident, so I decided to leave them in peace while I did a little research. 168 more words

Gardening

Mushroom pickers reap profits a year after Prince George-area fire

It’s a strange quirk of many forest fires: several months after the flames recede, during mid-April to mid-June morel mushrooms appear.

And with them, the mushroom pickers. 251 more words

News

Morels at 4467 Ft

I am following the morels as they continue to pop in higher elevations. Currently, I am having very good luck off of Highway 140, in Jackson County, Oregon. 78 more words

Mary Jane Feetham

Morels in the Buffer Zones

This time of year, every day is a new opportunity for morel hunters. I wish I could get out more than I do. I watch activity all year round, looking for new spots and expanding on the areas that I know are faithful. 526 more words

Mary Jane Feetham

Spring Morels Are Here!

For those northerners who have tried Morel mushrooms, these little fairy garden Morel mushroom houses are just for you!

Inspired by My Childhood

When I was a young girl my parents would take us out to the woods in May and each of us would pick a paper grocery bag (remember those?) full of Morel mushrooms. 228 more words

Fairy Garden