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September 22

The Mycology Club was created to allow fungi enthusiasts of all types a place to meet and discuss fungi. We encourage growers, hunters, and scientist to ask questions and make comments about the fungi in their area. Sometimes the best way to share information is via links, images, or other files. We encourage anyone with information of interest come and join us. If you have any questions directly about the group please us the contact link at the top of the page for the contact information. Everyone is welcome to join and contribute to making this the best mycology club! Thank you for taking an interest in mycology and we welcome all our new members

Wild mushrooms are hot in America. Go to any fine restaurant in any city and you'll encounter at least one dish prepared with wild mushrooms. The thing is, most of those wild mushrooms really aren't so wild. Many were cultivate just like regular mushrooms we've all been eating for years.

Portabella? Oyster? Shitake? All usually grown in warehouses.

Does it honestly sound proper to call them wild?

Truly wild mushrooms -- including a select few treasures that can't be cultivated-- grown in the fields and forest of Washington and surrounding states.

Where can anybody find these truly wild mushrooms.? Merely step outdoors and wander. Go to where mushrooms grow in their natural habitat. But, first, prepare yourself with knowledge.

Because knowledge is power. In this case... Delicious power!!