In the Year Following Fire, a Mushroom Bonanza

"There is at least one other place that morels are known to fruit abundantly and reliably: in the ashes of fires in the conifer forests of the western U.S."

"Native Americans in California knew about and collected burn morels. They may have even set their own fires to “plant” future crops."

"Burn morels tend strongly to cluster, so finding one is a good clue that it has buddies nearby."

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In the ashes of capitalism we will emerge en masse, offering up the fruits of our artistry with love and celebration, providing sustenance for our peers and kin in the forest so that life may flourish anew.

Long live the underground! 🖤

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