Local maestro of mushrooms leads the way

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Local maestro of mushrooms leads the way

Chris Ricci takes 30 people on hunt in San Juan forest
Local mycologist Chris Ricci, of Majesty Mushrooms, examines boletus edulis, better known as a king bolete mushroom, found Sunday in San Juan National Forest north of Durango. During his guided mushroom foray, about 30 people searched for fungi, and several found varieties they were excited to take home and eat.
Ron Campbell of Houston was elated to find these Rocky Mountain chanterelle mushrooms. Among the most popular of mushrooms for eating, chanterelles are just one of the 14 edible varieties found in the forests of Southwest Colorado.

Local maestro of mushrooms leads the way

Local mycologist Chris Ricci, of Majesty Mushrooms, examines boletus edulis, better known as a king bolete mushroom, found Sunday in San Juan National Forest north of Durango. During his guided mushroom foray, about 30 people searched for fungi, and several found varieties they were excited to take home and eat.
Ron Campbell of Houston was elated to find these Rocky Mountain chanterelle mushrooms. Among the most popular of mushrooms for eating, chanterelles are just one of the 14 edible varieties found in the forests of Southwest Colorado.
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