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Wild Mushroom - Alaska Mount Alyeska - Fall Colors - Forest - Nature - Bright Yellow Violet Pink - Macro Photo - Shroom - Pacific North Face

Wild Mushroom - Alaska Mount Alyeska - Fall Colors - Forest - Nature - Bright Yellow Violet Pink - Macro Photo - Shroom - Pacific North Face

Inspired by all those beautiful, wild mushrooms now popping up everywhere here in Talkeetna, Alaska: A new "colorful mushrooms" mittens design to go with your Fall fashion.

Inspired by all those beautiful, wild mushrooms now popping up everywhere here in Talkeetna, Alaska: A new "colorful mushrooms" mittens design to go with your Fall fashion.

Favorite fall activities in Alaska: Mushroom hunting & Blueberry picking!

Favorite fall activities in Alaska: Mushroom hunting & Blueberry picking!

This little-known, anti-aging superfood can help prevent cancer, lower bad cholesterol, support the immune system, and much more! Chaga, otherwise knowns as Inontus Obliquuus, is a wild mushroom that grows on birch trees in extremely cold regions. Chaga can be found in the Baltic regions, Scandinavia, Siberia, Alaska, and northern Canada where temperatures fall bellow …

This little-known, anti-aging superfood can help prevent cancer, lower bad cholesterol, support the immune system, and much more! Chaga, otherwise knowns as Inontus Obliquuus, is a wild mushroom that grows on birch trees in extremely cold regions. Chaga can be found in the Baltic regions, Scandinavia, Siberia, Alaska, and northern Canada where temperatures fall bellow …

Photos: Inside the transient world of mushroom pickers — High Country News  In spring and fall, the mountain forests that stretch from Alaska to California are filled with mushroom hunters, known as “pickers.” Some are hobbyists, but others make a living from tracking down the pricey fungi. The commercial pickers follow traces to particular kinds of mushrooms, often tied to the shifts the landscape is undergoing.

Photos: Inside the transient world of mushroom pickers — High Country News In spring and fall, the mountain forests that stretch from Alaska to California are filled with mushroom hunters, known as “pickers.” Some are hobbyists, but others make a living from tracking down the pricey fungi. The commercial pickers follow traces to particular kinds of mushrooms, often tied to the shifts the landscape is undergoing.

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