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Just a 2 hour bicycle tour.
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Here also:

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At market.
 
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This year was a 'fruitfully' year. Lots of porcini and other fungi. The only drawback is its illegal in my state too pick fungi.
On your own land, no one knows.
In the rest of Europe it is legal or tolerated.
So all off the 'legally' sold porcini come from other European country's, some times a 1200 miles distance.
So i will not be able too make such a nice market stall as Joseph and make a euro.
 
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I wonder why they don’t let you harvest fungi?
 
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Ken W Wilson wrote:I wonder why they don’t let you harvest fungi?



I'm going to make a guess at over harvesting, in the New Forest in the UK they brought in a rule that you could not pick for sale. people still did and it became so over picked you are now not allowed to pick anything there. We're simply too many people in too small a space to pick wild foods for sale. Here I can pick for myself but I may not sell. (in England where the New Forest is the population density is 1110 per sqr mile)
 
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