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Ohio Transplant Apr 11, 2007 6:44 pm

Morel Publication For you
I received this email today and thought I'd pass it along to those of you that are into it.

>This is a mass emailing to everyone on my email list that might be
>interested in our latest publication:
>Pilz, David; McLain, Rebecca; Alexander, Susan; Villarreal-Ruiz,
>Luis; Berch, Shannon; Wurtz, Tricia L.; Parks, Catherine G.;
>McFarlane, Erika; Baker, Blaze; Molina, Randy; Smith, Jane E. 2007.
>Ecology and management of morels harvested from the forests of
>western North America. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-710. Portland, OR:
>U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest
>Research Station. 161 p.
>It has been years in the making and is now available on-line for free
>downloading at:
>It is large, so it is divided into 4 segments and might take a while
>to download.
>If you do not have software to combine Adobe PDF files, you can
>download the entire document at my web site below. This combined
>document is 11.7 MB total.
>The PNW Research Station posts such General Technical Reports on
>their web site first and then sends the publication to the printers.
>Currently, the hard copies are due from the printer April 25, 2007.
>These are also free (including mailing). You simply need to contact
>the Research Station at the contact information on this web page:
>Be sure to stipulate the title and GTR (General Technical Report )
>number = 710, as listed in the citation above. They mail overseas too.
>We anticipate high demand for a limited number of printed copies, so
>if you do want a printed copy, it behooves you to contact the PNW
>Station quickly and get your name on their waiting/mailing list for
>distribution of printed copies. These will be mailed when they become
>available, first request, first served until they run out.
>Feel free to disseminate this email to anyone else whom you think
>might be interested.
>I have promised to send hard copies to a few of you, and I will mail
>those separately, but I included you on this announcement so that you
>can circulate this email to others or obtain a second copy directly.
>For many of you, even though I have hand-mailed you copies of GTR's
>in the past, ...this time I am going to simply let you order them
>yourselves. As I am no longer an employee with the PNW Research
>Station, this saves me lots of personal postage costs. I appreciate
>your understanding in this regard.
>I value the support all of you have given me over the years. This
>publication wraps up the projects I undertook during my tenure with
>the Pacific Northwest Research Station. It was a wonderful phase of
>my career. I still don't know what the future will bring, but I am
>cleaning off my shades in preparation!
>Thanks all,

Ohio Transplant Apr 11, 2007 9:28 pm

ordered a hard copy, but you could make me one of those in your spare time. Very well done.

shroomer71 Apr 11, 2007 9:37 pm

wow thank you rex, very interesting ready

MorelBelle May 2, 2011 4:24 pm

Re: FREE Morel Publication For you
Just received this publication in the mail today. Very impressive.

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