Our agro-forestry project at Casey is ongoing and includes three species of fungus: oysters, shitake & morels. Casey is a mushroom emporium. Morels fruit in early May on thickly wooded slopes. These oysters cluster like seashells on a Box Elder log. This is Grey Dove. We inoculated oak logs with shitake spawn and were rewarded a year later with this characteristic fruiting. Our Casey shitakes are supple and firm with an ivory interior under an amber-brown cap. They are densely flavorful and stand up well to vigorous wok activity. Great in ramen. Ice white clusters fan out in shelf-like groupings. An autumn fruiting yields abundant waves of Polar White.