It’s that time of year that many of us set out on the hunt for edible spring wild mushrooms
From our friends at learnyourland.com
“After months of low-to-no activity put forth by the fungal kingdom, it’s nice to finally observe a variety of familiar spring mushrooms appearing like clockwork.
All it takes is a bit of rain and warmth to turn even the most fungally-barren tree stump into a treasure trove of wild mushrooms overnight.
I recently spent some time in a tulip tree grove in search of mid-spring fungi and thought I’d film the experience.
If you’re interested in seeing which wild mushrooms made it into the frying pan that fruitful day, check out the video!”
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