Ferida Wolff's Backyard: Many Mushrooms and Squash, a Fruit and a Vegetable?
Editor's Note: When we first moved to California in the 1960s a friend gifted us with A Field Guide to Mushrooms: North America. See the Peterson Field Guide above. That gift revealed that mushroom hunting is an extremely popular hobby in the San Francisco Bay Area as well as in the northwestern part of the country. We have recently learned that the Puget Sound Mycological Society is one of the largest such societies in the United States.
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