Mountains of Mushrooms

On Friday, Longview will open a new park called The Green.

"Through the Gathering Pavilion, half mile walking trail and six different educational and cultural niches; Creek Overlook, Nature Play, Music Garden, Environmental Aquatics Classroom, Art Round and Recycled Material Showcase, visitors will heighten their appreciation for health, nature, art and music as well as learn through the outdoor environmental education areas. The Green is also a reforestation effort. The 9 acre tract will be enveloped with native trees that will help combat the greenhouse effect, provide clean, oxygen rich air and afford a canopy and habitat for wildlife. The Green is vital to East Texas’ health, growth and lasting future."

Am I going to iNat this park? You bet!

In other news, I found a university that will take my dried mushroom collection, Louisiana State University. I've been going through every mushroom to make sure the ID is correct. I've been uploading pictures to Mushroom Observer so the observations can be reviewed by more knowledgeable people. The observations go back three years and I'm surprised at how far I've come not only in IDing things, but in taking proper photographs. Some of my first mushroom IDs were really bad! Fungi are still difficult for me, but I've gotten better.

Posted on Μάρτιος 15, 2018 0341 ΠΜ by cosmiccat cosmiccat


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