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Huckleberry Association Tee Shirts!!

For a limited time only:  Huckleberry Association Tee Shirts!! Show your proud support for the wild huckleberry resource (and the wonderful goodies made from them) by getting this Tee featuring the International Wild Huckleberry official logo! These also make great gifts for your outdoorsy friends or family members. This shirt is available in 7 different […]

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Huckleberries & Fire, Part Three

Following is the third in a three part article on Huckleberries and Fire by Malcolm Dell aka Mr. Huckleberry Landscape activities that affect the development of huckleberry patches: 1) Fire suppression activities led to a decline in huckleberry patches across North America in the past century, by disrupting the natural fire frequency, and creating denser […]

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Huckleberries & Fire, Part Two

Following is the second in a three part article on Huckleberries and Fire by Malcolm Dell aka Mr. Huckleberry Smokey the Bear has probably destroyed more huckleberry habitat than any other single factor. He is an icon for fire suppression programs in US forests, triggered by large fires in the early 1900s. (I am not […]

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Huckleberries and Fire, Part One

Following is the first in a three part article on Huckleberries and Fire by Malcolm Dell aka Mr. Huckleberry Wild huckleberries of the genus Vaccinium – common to the western US and parts of Europe – are rhizomatous, forming colonies of bushes that are really just one plant. A seed sprouts, and then the roots […]

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New Facebook Group for Huckleberry Lovers!

We have just published a huckleberry group where you can share your stories, pictures and recipes for huckleberries: Huckleberry Hunting and Recipes Join our Huckleberry Facebook Group today and get in on the fun! NOTE:  Our “I Love Wild Huckleberries! Picking, Growing, and Cooking” is also active if you would like to like it as […]

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Harvey, the Huckleberry, Speaks Out on Abuse

Hi, my name is Harvey. I’m a wild huckleberry. This is my story. I was raised, with my siblings, in the beautiful, for­ested mountains of rural Idaho, much like where you probably live. Sure, we were not the largest huckleberries on the hill — maybe not even the sweetest — but we lived in harmony […]

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