Renewal: 2023 E-book and All Maps
Renew your membership and get:
- All new curated maps for the 2023 burn morel hunting season (Curated maps done for CA, OR, WA, ID, MT, WY, NM, AZ, UT, SD, CO and AK all fire perimeters) Plus:
- Morel probability maps
- Continued access to all available maps from past years
- Complimentary access to Burn Morels e-book
- 2023 maps and e-book delivered immediately upon purchase
- Burn severity map overlays of A rated fires (Western US – we couldn’t do as many this year because the late season burn + early snow prohibits IR mapping tech. We will add more after snowmelt 🙂
- Forest type maps overlay on burn perimeters
- Tree species (conifers) overlay on burn perimeters
- Historical (6 week, with weekly aggregates and 6 week scoring) Precipitation overlay on burn perimeters
- Motor Vehicle Usage Map (MVUM) overlay that indicates legal roads provided by forest service
- Fire Perimeters for ALL continental states – 49.
- BC and Yukon fire perimeters
- 2020, 2021 2022 stewardship maps showing thins, cuts and other forest management for disturbance morels
Coming still in 2023 hopefully
- Snowpack Maps
- ALL tree species maps (not just conifers)
$25 Renewal for previous members through March 15th, 2022 (full price is $39)
$35 Renewal for previous members after March 15th
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Would like to renew, but not interested in the Link/Stripe byzantine process . Getting too old for this s–t. But delighted to climb and bushwhack for morels.
cmain, happy to help you out if it is the credit card authorization process you mean – we use a standard credit card form on our site – we can arrange a Venmo payment if you prefer, or you can even mail a check. We have a lot of new maps this year – I am gonna update this page to detail those – and more coming!
Hey Trent–Link/Stripe fine print indicates it is a hassle to opt out of their system once in it. I already use PayPal which is problematic enough in many ways. As there is (hopefully) plenty of time before morel season here in WA, and I actually still know how to write a check, I can send you one, but can’t seem to find an address on your website. So that would be helpful if I can go that route.
I prefer to indulge my adventurous spirit in the natural world rather than the virtual. It’s a lot safer out there 😉 Fewer unknown unknowns.