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Post by kodiak62 on Tue Aug 13, 2013 1:42 am

Do any of you harvest wild ginseng? I see it quite often when I am out and about, and I did not realize the gold mine I was walking past. From what I can see, it looks like wild ginseng is selling for about $750 a pound. That is some pretty nice walking around money I could be earning while I am in the woods.

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Post by SlowBow on Tue Aug 13, 2013 8:36 pm

Yes , it's good money, but most public lands have regulations against removing any natural resources, including vegetation and minerals. The exceptions, of course, being the removal of game and fish under the authority of a hunting or fishing license. Be vey sure of the regulations before you start cutting or pulling up and removing vegetation.

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Post by Posted Boy Gallego on Wed Sep 04, 2013 12:20 am

I scout a heck of a lot for a city boy that lives 3 hours away from the woods. My scouting is primarily looking down of course. I also had in my mind to keep an eye out for all types of nuts, berries, morels and ginseng. I cannot find a morel or ginseng for the life of me and they are supposed to be plentiful in the Catskills! Any tips?

Could the problem be that I am always on deer trails for the most part? I figure Deer will eat the morels for sure. I do venture off into fallen tree areas though.
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