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Jacob DeVecchio: Oklahoma Fungi

Season 3

Jacob DeVecchio is the Founder of Oklahoma Fungi, the premiere supplier of mycology products in Oklahoma. Today we tune in with Jacob to learn about the evolving mushroom culture of the Sooner State, and to hear about the forthcoming first Oklahoma Mushroom Festival that Jacob and his team are organizing.


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