Mushroom safety, Introduction to NW edible fungi, Eco-friendly harvesting practices, Grow your own mushrooms, Ways to enjoy and preserve fungi, Mycological health benefits, Other uses for mushrooms (e.g. dyes, oil, clean-up, fertilizer), Continued Education
The forests of Oregon have an abundance of commercially marketable nontimber forest products (NTFP) that forest landowners can manage for on their land to earn extra income. Some commonly collected nontimber forest products (NTFPs) in the U.S. include wild mushrooms, berries, ferns, tree boughs, cones, moss, syrup, honey and medicinal products like cascara bark and Oregon grape.
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