One of the world’s rare mushrooms grows wild in Saskatchewan–for now

Derek Hauffe

Derek Hauffe


An article inspired by my research published in Maclean’s Magazine this week, about the fight to save Saskatchewan’s Torch River Provincial Forest. It’s one of the lushest mushroom patches in Canada, and also home to the only commercial crop of the unique, blue Lactarius indigo mushroom in the nation.

Read more at: http://www2.macleans.ca/2013/01/30/painting-the-countryside-blue/

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