Umami Truffle Dogs
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Have you ever gone mushroom hunting in Oregon's wild truffle country? Truffle forays offer memorable culinary adventures in Oregon's gorgeous forests from November to April. Umami Truffle Dogs practices sustainable truffle harvesting on private and public lands using trained truffle dogs. In 2013, Handler Kris Jacobson and her award-winning truffle dog, Ilsa, were the first to discover the French Périgord truffle in the Willamette Valley. They commonly uncover Oregon white, black, brown and pecan truffles which they supply to many of Eugene's fine restaurants. Hunt for Oregon's wild truffles with a sustainable truffle dog team. Tours for up to eight people are two to four hours.