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Hey there, everyone,

I'm a student at OSU from out of state. I grew up picking mushrooms with my dad on the east coast, but never found a morel. I've been lurking this site for a little while now, and finally decided to register after heading out looking for morels...and failing.

SO....if there's anyone in the Columbus area (or anyone with knowledge of the area) that would be willing to point me in the right direction...preferably close to campus...I would be very grateful.

Cheers!
 

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Thanks for your reply, shrooner...I'm just a little hesitant to pick anything near the river after taking a long stroll there one day and seeing all the warning signs not to fish there on account of sewage draining into the Olentangy.

In short: Poop mushrooms? Ehhhhhhh....
 

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Hey hugh, thanks for your reply (again)!

What are you teaching here? I'm actually in one of the grad schools. I really like it here (would LOVE it here with some morels though!).

I will probably end up joining the Mushroom Society if I get skunked out for the remainder of this year. Assuming I can afford it...loans are doing a doozy on me.

Any chance you'd be willing to share a particular spot that's within a reasonable distance from OSU? Or, how receptive are you to having a guest in the field? I promise to give you as many of the mushrooms I find as you want!

Thanks in advance,
newbuck
 
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