no, we’re sadly not. Morels pop up sometimes by very fortuitous accident, but nobody grows them reliably. If you’re looking to buy mushroom spawn/cultures, and you want to know how full of sh*! the vendor is, look at how they do or do not promise success with morels.
Black morels seem a bit more reliable, in that they really like colonizing burns and some people have had luck exploiting that and growing them in ash beds, but honestly I’ve grown a couple dozen other mushrooms, I do the sterilizing using a pressure cooker as an autoclave, I can do tissue culture in my sleep, and if I had 20 tries I would be really surprised if I could get morels to grow in a “patch” 2 of those 20. There probably ARE pioneers out there, with limited success and a lot of caveats whenever they describe their experiences. The folks selling kits with big promises are less pioneer than charlatan, though.
Morels (and chanterelles and other mutualistic species that grow as symbiotes with host trees) are tough to get intentionally fruiting by anything more than chance.