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Huckleberry Restoration in Gifford Pinchot National Forest

The Pinchot Partners from the Packard, Washington area are working with the Gifford Pinchot National Forest to aid in the restoration of the forest and huckleberry crop. According to The Chronicle, serving the greater Lewis County, Washington area, a meeting was held on May 24 to discuss the problem: Those in attendance will learn about […]

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Restoring Huckleberries After Fires

Last year experienced one of the biggest fire seasons in the Pacific Northwest — including the burning of several acres of huckleberry habitat.  Restoring huckleberries after fires is a concern of every huckleberry picker. Historically, Native Americans burned huckleberry fields to improve the health of the huckleberry patches.  The Gifford Pinchot National Forest Huckleberry webpage […]

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Huckleberry Picking in Washington

The Billingham Heald says “It’s time to head to mountains to pick huckleberries”! Huckleberry picking in Washington is beginning!!  Good news for pickers on the west side of the Rocky Mountain region. The article goes on to explain the following: Berries are ripe at lower elevations and ready for recreational picking and starting to ripen […]

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Huckleberry Pickers Not Allowed in Some Areas!

As you know, we sell huckleberry picking rakes.  Rakes can increase your yield 4 to 10 times in the same amount of time as picking by hand.  Our rakes, in particular, are light weight and easy to use. (If you want more info on our huckleberry rakes, check out our website, Huckleberry Rake. where you […]

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Huckleberries in Washington

The Olympian share that huckleberries are ripe in parts of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest in southern Washington. For those wanting to pick in this area need to be aware of a couple regulations: Picking berries for personal use is free, but commercial pickers must obtain a permit. Pickers harvesting more than three gallons, or […]

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