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High Cascade Morels

They are there! The high mountain black morel fungi. We drove up a little earlier this year than in prior seasons. Just a hunch based on this Springs weather, and after evaluating last year’s mushroom foray records. 67 more words

Rogue River Report

Everything beneath the dirt: Digging shiny metal out from the dark earth & the light of the blooms as the wind blows

Throughout my life I have periodically witnessed individuals holding metal detectors, wandering through a park, or a beach, or some public location. I wish I could say that I have observed some pattern with these individuals, but they are often non-descript in some kind of basic clothing and a hat. 698 more words


Morels for breakfast and an odd feeling

I must have become fond of foraging on my first date with my husband David, 40 years ago. I had met him only weeks before, when hunting for a garage where I could park my motorcycle. 675 more words

Morel Mushrooms Hunting For The Beginner

Morels are America’s mushroom, more so than any other. It may be because they’re widespread, they’re easy to identify, and they come up in the spring, giving people a reason to get out and enjoy warm weather after a long winter. 645 more words

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Ethical Rules of Wildcrafting

A lot of people ask me about Wildcrafting the second most important if not the most important is the ethical rules .

As most of you know, Wildcrafting is harvesting herbs where they grow in the wild in their own habitat instead of from your garden. 811 more words

Rogue River Morel Update

Still looking good. Just a couple days ago checked a deep woods pocket and had quite a good

foray for the fresh morel mushrooms. The April temperatures have remained perfect for the little fungi. 72 more words

Rogue River Report

Dinner Menu for a Sunny April Evening

Another beautiful day. I’m really getting used to the sunshine. This evening I’m cooking for my daughter Eve and her hubby Eoin. This is a healthy, vegetarian meal that will of course feature some wild finds as well as fresh garden produce. 663 more words