In this Dec. 27, 2017, photo, Kalvin Stern poses for a photo on his property, the Fiddlehead Knob mushroom farm, in Le Roy, Minn. Stern and Rachel Davis, founders and owners of the mushroom farm in rural LeRoy, always dreamed of venturing into growing their own produce for direct sale. The property's proximity to acres of state wildlife forests and prairies provided an abundance of opportunity.
In this Dec. 27, 2017, photo, Kalvin Stern poses for a photo on his property, the Fiddlehead Knob mushroom farm, in Le Roy, Minn. Stern and Rachel Davis, founders and owners of the mushroom farm in rural LeRoy, always dreamed of venturing into growing their own produce for direct sale. The property's proximity to acres of state wildlife forests and prairies provided an abundance of opportunity. The Rochester Post-Bulletin via AP Elizabeth Nida Obert
In this Dec. 27, 2017, photo, Kalvin Stern poses for a photo on his property, the Fiddlehead Knob mushroom farm, in Le Roy, Minn. Stern and Rachel Davis, founders and owners of the mushroom farm in rural LeRoy, always dreamed of venturing into growing their own produce for direct sale. The property's proximity to acres of state wildlife forests and prairies provided an abundance of opportunity. The Rochester Post-Bulletin via AP Elizabeth Nida Obert

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