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Schweitzer Huckleberry Festival

If you are traveling or living in north Idaho, you might want to take in the huckleberry festival:  Schweitzer Mountain Resort 9th annual huckleberry festival on August 2 (more info here) Huckleberry pancake breakfast from 7am to 1pm: $8.95 for adults, $5.00 for kids Hosted huckleberry hikes Huckleberry Color Fun Run & Ride The Huckle […]

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Huckleberry Picking is On!

According to the Spokesman Review … Time is ripe for hounding huckleberries The same weather that brought a thin snowpack, early runoff and an explosive wildfire season has delivered something that is infinitely more positive: an early and flavorful huckleberry crop. Berries are now ripening at all elevations, and the word is getting out. Pickers are […]

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Ninth Annual North Powder Huckleberry Festival, July 25

The North Powder Huckleberry Festival committee is laying the plans for another fun day as they prepare for their ninth annual event, Saturday, July 25. The event is held in the heart of North Powder, located between Baker City and La Grande, (exit #285 from Interstate 84), in beautiful northeast Oregon. Honoring the tasty wild […]

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34th Annual Huckleberry Festival

Trout Creek, Montana is celebrating their 34th Annual Huckleberry Festival this weekend, August 9, 10 and 11, 2013. According to the CDA Press: The first festival was launched decades ago by a group of artists, as a venue for them to sell their creations. Vendors of fresh-picked huckleberries joined in also. The event, put on […]

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Huckleberry Festivals!

Western Montana scheduled and published their famous Huckleberry Festivals — located in Swan Lake, Trout Creek and Whitefish, Montana. Huckleberry Festivals in Western Montana Aug. 10 — Swan Lake Huckleberry Festival The Swan Lake Huckleberry Festival is an annual celebration of the elusive wild huckleberry. Witness the fierce competition of the Huckleberry Baking Contest or […]

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Huckleberries in the News – Week Ending December 25, 2010

Who would have guessed it? Huckleberries melt ice, snow Carmi Times The fruit of the various species of plant called huckleberry is … However, huckleberries have a noticeable, distinct taste different from blueberries. … Trout Creek gets $10450 grant for Huckleberry Festival Clark Fork Chronicle by Marissa Kozel Four Montana communities have been selected to […]

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Huckleberries in the News – Week Ending September 11, 2010

The Best Year for Huckleberry Picking – 1988 (210 gallons in 7 hrs … By Craig Goodwin The price of a gallon of huckleberries in 1988 was around $12/gallon and Cyrus O’leary’s pies was the major recipient of Mo’s legendary haul. It wasn’t long after ’88 that Cyrus O’leary’s stopped making huckleberry pies. … Foragers: […]

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Huckleberries in the News – Week Ending July 3, 2010

Festival Season – the Huckleberry Festival The River Journal And many others have learned of the secrets here—friendly people, lots of fun, and a little purple fruit called the huckleberry. … The Huckleberry, An Excerpt from Whole Foods Companion High Huckleberry Demand Hurts Tribes Kara Briggs Special To …. Because huckleberries grew wild everywhere in […]

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Huckleberries in the News – Week Ending June 26, 2010

Huckleberries in My Garden: Not What I expected (But that’s okay) By Pip Gardner According to my research and Barney (pg 24), huckleberry plants aren’t supposed to start flowering until 3-5 years. I am not expecting any fruit this year or next year for that matter. However, I am certain that one of the plants […]

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Huckleberries in the News – Week of January 17

tuna carpaccio topped with fresh huckleberries and crème fraîche … Photos of Alex – tuna carpaccio topped with fresh huckleberries and crème fraîche – Las Vegas, NV. Huckleberry Festival … Hop on over to Jay for the 42nd annual Huckleberry Festival. … Go Organic and Use the GO Diet. It’s All About Being Healthy … […]

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