Lana Wood, a fashion photographer and blogger from Portland, Oregon, has become a fixture in the local landscape and natural-history community.
She’s also the founder of Wood Ear Mushroom Project, a nonprofit that offers free tours of her local forest and woodland and the chance to meet some of her favorite locals.
She has been documenting her journey from childhood fascination to her blossoming as a naturalist for years.
She told Business Insider she got her first wood ear mushrooms from her father when she was 12 years old.
When she was 17, her family took her to a local grower to see what they had.
She recalls the excitement she felt and how they showed her the wood as if they were just showing her a piece of the forest.
“It was like being on a journey,” Wood said.
Wood Ear Mushrooms are typically red or green, but they are also often pink, purple, yellow, and white.
They’re edible and are grown in several places around the world.
The fungus produces spores that help grow the trees that are the source of the mushrooms.
The fungi grows in soil and water, so they can also be grown outdoors.
Wood Wood Ear mushrooms can grow up to a foot high.
When the wood is cut, the wood will fall and form a mushroom that can be used for food.
Wood is also the source for wood harris and other mushroom species.
The mushrooms grow in soil, so the fungi can be grown in an outdoor garden or in a greenhouse.
Wood harris are the only mushrooms to be edible in the United States, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
But, because they are not a controlled substance in the U to prevent them from becoming a food additive, they are sold in restaurants and convenience stores.
The Wood Ear mushroom is often eaten by young children and teens because of their taste, beauty, and color.
They can also make great candies, jams, and other treats for parties and birthday parties.
Wood Harris grow in trees in a variety of locations, including coastal regions, in coastal areas, and along the coast.
Wood ear harris can be a source of income for some people because they can be very tasty and can be eaten fresh or dried.
Wood Ears can also grow in a forest, which is where Wood Wood Wood Harriess grow.
Wood wood harries can grow anywhere on a tree, but it is found in woodlands and in the mountains.
Wood trees are the oldest species of tree in North America, according the USDA Forest Service.
They were first domesticated by Europeans in the 14th century, but are now commonly found in Europe and the United Kingdom.
Wood mushrooms can be found in forests, woodlands, and rocky hillsides in the Pacific Northwest, Southeast, and Southwest, as well as along the Great Lakes.
Wood mushroom photos and video Wood ear mushrooms can also produce spores that can cause illness or death, according a USDA Forest and Food Service report.
Wood can also cause severe allergic reactions, but those reactions are not typically serious.
Wood has been used in folk medicine for centuries, and the fungus has been studied for centuries.
Wood Mushroom Project encourages people to use it as an ingredient in their cooking.
Wood molds can be made into edible edible wood harriman, and wood harriss can be dried and used for making wood cookies and other baked goods.
Wood ears can also serve as an edible mushroom for a wide range of recipes.
Wood and wood molds Wood and the fungi are sometimes mistaken for one another, and it is possible to get the wrong mushroom or to grow the wrong wood ear.
Wood, which has been traditionally grown in tropical forests, is now grown in forests in Europe, Australia, and elsewhere.
Wood was used for the first time as a food ingredient in the 1800s.
The food was used as a medicinal agent for treating and treating diseases.
In 1900, Wood Ear Honey was introduced in the British Isles.
It was the first edible mushroom commercially available in the Western world, according Wood.
Wood used to be eaten by people who had a variety, including a few Europeans.
Wood had a strong medicinal and culinary history in Europe.
Wood grows best in soils rich in calcium and potassium.
Wood produces its spores when the trees are exposed to sunlight.
Wood fungi can also reproduce very quickly and produce new wood varieties.
Wood fungus can also live longer in soil than most other fungi.
Wood also grows in the hot, dry summer months when temperatures can drop below 30 degrees Fahrenheit.
Wood Fungus can also survive freezing temperatures and in warm, humid climates, Wood said in a recent interview with the New York Times.
Wood species vary widely in appearance and function.
Wood often comes in shades of gray, brown, green, yellow and red.
Wood ferns are found in the forests of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, while wood ear