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I've never seen any spawn for this mushroom for sale.  Since it grows on dead wood, it might be relatively easy to culture; but you would need spores at least to grow it.  It is pretty common here in the Pacific Northwest, but not so much in the Midwest.  A good source of location information is iNaturalist, which shows a fair number of locations in Wisconsin, but not much in the rest of the Midwest.  If you live anywhere near a location where it is found, you could look for it in the fall and collect specimens.  I've found it growing on rather skinny dead branches; so it would be possible to cut off a piece of wood with growth on it and use that to start a culture.

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