Coast Foray – Nov 4, 2020
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- Foray Date: November 4, 2020 (Wednesday)
- Bring your masks!
- Foray Leader: Erin Brown
- Foray area: Coast
- Required mushroom permits: – None required for up to 1 gallon
- Parking passes – Federal/Senior parking pass
- # of participants: 10, children accompanied by an adult are welcome, no dogs/pets
- Meetup time is 9:30 am, expect to be out most of the day. You may leave early after notifying the foray leader.
f you like finding Chanterelles be sure to stick close (6 feet, with your mask) to Erin; as she is a Chanterelle magnet!
Erin has been an avid outdoor enthusiast for a long as she can remember. Born and raised in Spokane, WA, she relocated to Springfield, OR in 2008. Prior to the move, she was a Park Ranger in North Cascades National Park. As an amateur photographer, she has always had a passion for nature photography and is drawn to the diversity of color, texture, and shape of mushrooms. She began foraging wild edibles on her own about 15 years ago after several years of ‘just looking’. Erin joined CMS in 2016 and enjoys going on forays with her 10-year-old daughter Madison and 8-year-old son Parker. They don’t like to eat them much (except when she turns Pseudohydnum gelatinosum into gummies), but they sure have eagle eyes. Erin currently works for the Springfield School District as a substitute Educational Assistant and also enjoys volunteering at her kid’s school. Pastimes include camping, fly fishing, floating rivers, hiking, pottery, reading, knitting, and cooking… to name a few. Erin joined the CMS board in March of 2019.
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Registration will close at 6pm on Thursday, November 12th