How to Find Hen of the Woods Mushrooms

Editor’s Note: Today I’d like to explain a little bit about exactly where to find hen of the woods mushrooms because they’re totally excellent edibles and they grow in some abundance east of the Rocky Mountains. Hen of the woods’ scientific name Read More

Pickards Mountain Eco-Institute Foray, 10/3

Editor’s Note: From time to time I offer mushroom walks and identification classes, and this coming Saturday, October 3, I am going to be leading a foray at Pickards Mountain Eco-Institute in Chapel Hill, NC. This post is for those of Read More

North Carolina's Top 10 Edible Wild Mushrooms

Editor’s Note: Every person has different preferences and tastes, and this is especially true when it comes to wild edible mushrooms. Some mushroom hunters love to eat stink horn eggs, but the only time I tried them it was a Read More

A Birdseye Overview of Chicken of the Woods Mushrooms (Pun Intended)

Editor’s Note: This is the first post in a series of articles I will dedicate to members of the Laetiporus genus, commonly called chicken of the woods mushrooms. I am not 100% sure why they have this common name, but I strongly Read More

彩63彩票手机官网Lumpin' and Splittin' Wild Mushrooms

There are lots of different species of wild mushrooms in this world: 10,000 or so by conservative estimates, and probably many more, and millions species of fungi overall (1.5+ million if you’re an optimist…because you know, we’ll eventually get to all Read More