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After Wet Winter, Fungi Flourish In Rain-Soaked California Forests

(Wendy Goodfriend/KQED)
(Wendy Goodfriend/KQED)

After five years of drought, California was inundated with rain and flooding this winter. That means mushrooms are popping up throughout the state’s wet forests. Foragers hunt them for both their flavor and medicinal benefits.

Lesley McClurg (@lesleywmcclurg) from Here & Now contributor KQED takes us on a foray into the mysterious world of fungi.

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