May agenda for students: M.D.s, then morels
Omahan Joe Kent, right, recently was certified by the state as a wild mushroom inspector. He and fellow medical school student Andrew Smith, left, like to hunt for morels when they're not fishing for walleye.
Posted: Saturday, April 12, 2014 12:00 am
If Joe Kent's medical career doesn't work out, he has a backup.
The Omahan recently became the first wild mushroom inspector certified by the Nebraska Department of Agriculture, said George Hanssen, food safety and consumer protection administrator with the NDA.
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