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People all over the province are seeing fungi popping up on lawns, in forests and on dead trees.
And while some of these mushrooms are poisonous to eat - there are also many delicious species of fungi being picked and cooked up by wild mushroom lovers across the province.
Today on the show we are going to talk to a couple of mushroom enthusiasts who have created online communities to help other people in Saskatchewan embrace mushroom foraging.
Donovon Theissen is Founder of the Saskatchewan Mushroom Picking Group on Facebook, which now has 3000 members.
He's on the line from Meadow Lake -- welcome Donovon. Jacey Bell is founder of the Saskatchewan Mycological Association working group. She is also a lab instructor in the department of biology at the U of S.