Div. of forestry: more rain means more mushrooms


FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ)- The Division of Forestry is warning people not to eat mushrooms they can’t identify.

The Division says more rain this year has resulted in more mushrooms.

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It says it knows it might be tempting to gather these mushrooms, but it encourages people to be careful about eating them since each year, wild mushrooms lead to numerous illnesses and even a few deaths.

You can find important tips about safely eating mushrooms here.

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