Researchers plant mushrooms to clean post-wildfire soil

A California non-profit called CoRenewal is researching the use of mushrooms to protect waterways from toxic wildfire runoff. Biologists say oyster mushrooms can break down chemicals found in the ashes of homes destroyed by fire. (June 11)



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